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Today my garden is very productive, the cherry plant that I transplanted last year into a pot is producing its first cherries. It’s a very small production but one that makes me happy because after knowing that he did it for the first time, I can only hope that he continues to do it.
This is my red chili plant and it’s also very productive, it has not stopped producing load after load of its beautiful red berries. They are spicy but they leave a very special flavor alongside their spiciness in the foods I prepare, in sauces, in meats, soups or salads.
There are also my ornamental plants. This Tradescantia Sillamontana plant offers its beautiful little lilac flowers every day. They are very decorative because they match the boat-shaped leaves that cover them.
The Begonia plant today surprises me with a bouquet of its small red flowers. It had been a long time since she opened her flowers, they remained faint pink buttons.
This flower in yellow grows wild in my garden. As it comes, it goes. It always attracts a lot of butterflies and today it is attracting ants. I prefer that it attracts ants because the butterflies, although beautiful, leave their eggs on this plant and in a few days the caterpillars of the butterflies appear, which in a single night completely destroy the plant, leaving behind only the stem that later dies.
I don't know its name either, but I like having it because every day it gives me bouquets of flowers with this purple color.
Euphorbia is one of my favorite plants in the garden. She is the queen of my flowers and you can see why I say so. Its bouquets always come out around the plant. Some branches are born after the other and in a short time all the rest of the plant is no longer visible, because they are covered by the bouquets of its pink flowers and tinged with white spots.
There is also the red-flowered Euphorbia that at this moment barely has a single bouquet, when it offers me its entire splendor I‘ll take the photos again so that you can see the difference between the two colors of the same species. Of course there are also blank ones but I'm still looking for that plant.