Welcome to my ecological garden in the tropics. Hope you find peace and tranquility here.
I really need to get some Plumbago. It grows so well here, and is an all-year-round bloomer here too. Thank you for reminding me just how lovely the Plumbago flowers are.Love the photo of the Colvillea racemosa on your header. They are such a wonderful tree and those racemes of brilliant orange and yellow blooms are stunning.
simply beautifully captured shots...lovely!
Such exquisite flowers! I love the delicate colors and your captures are delightful as always! Hope you have a great week!!
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Such delicate and beautiful flowers.
Lovely pastel shades. :)
Lovely to have found your blog and to see the tropical gardens in India.The flowers are so beautiful and delicate. Love your photos!
Interesting flowers. I like the first one best.
Simple yet very elegant flowers.. This flowers are known by a variety of names, including star clusters, pentas and Egyptian star flowers.
I am a fan of blue. Love so many blues in your post. Thank you :) Miss my long-lost Plumbago.
Plumbago is lovely ... and it flowers all year with you ! I have to keep it in my conservatory, keep it frost free in winter, and it rewards me with flowers in the summer!