The Elderberry bush is full of these huge clusters of tiny white flowers. The inflorescence seems to be a favourite place for small spiders and mantids.
This red ginger is a native of the Western Ghats. The Western Ghats are a series of thickly forested mountains on the west coast of India, with an astonishingly huge biodiversity. Unfortunately, those rain forests are getting depleted due to mining and other activities. I hope the government will make a determined effort to conserve the forests.
The scent of this Attar Rose evokes memories of my childhood, when every garden had this plant. Now it is no longer in fashion as the scentless hybrid varieties of roses have become the favourites of people here.
This is a double Alamanda, which flowers rarely.
My thanks to Santilli, Denise, Pupo and Sandy Carlson for hosting Today's Flowers.