Monday, November 15, 2010

Jade vine blooms

My jade vine has produced its first blooming spike after around a year and a half growing from a rooted cutting. Not too bad, is it?

Although this spike grew out of the last node on the vine so it is not perpendicular from the arbor, I don't mind so much.

Hopefully its next spikes will be dropping right from the top of the arbor.


Kris said...

What gorgeous color on that spike. The cobalt blue of the pods is accented by the teal blooms. Stunning! I find myself rather - envious.... :-O

Stephanie said...

They look absolutely stunning! Btw I have seen one at Cameron Highlands here but the dark blue part of the flower was brown. The teal part is the same as yours. Now I wonder if the dark blue part will turn brown later or they are just different.