June 01, 2022
Driving through the South Austin neighborhood where my friend Lori lives, I passed this exuberant, tropical-style front garden. I immediately swung around and lurked at the curb to take in all the color and ka-pow energy of bananas and crinums and poppies, oh my.
Under the shade of a crape myrtle, an orchid cactus (Epiphyllum) was ablaze with gorgeous, scarlet blossoms. More ka-pow!
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