I’ve been accumulating photos of the ever-present succulent arrangements I see all over town. All over town might be an exaggeration. It’s just possible that I tend to gravitate to places where there will be succulents. But there’s no denying that they are still the Edie Sedgwick of the horticultural world, the It plant of [...]
A fresh shipment of tillandsias had just arrived when I visited Rolling Greens yesterday for their 75 percent-off sale, which ends today. Almost all of these little bromeliads were in bloom or about to bloom. Lordy.
Like agaves, most tillandsias are monocarpic. After blooming the main plant dies, but will leave behind [...]
Work cancelled at the last minute today, the message on the phone said, so there I was in a Culver City business center parking garage with nothing to do.
Driving around Culver City, I mulled the situation over and considered my options. Head home and back into rush-hour traffic or to the Culver City [...]