Monday, March 15, 2010

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day- March 2010

The Barbados lily buds are seen at all unexpected corners of the garden. The unrelenting heat has made them flower earlier this year.
The roadside trees are resplendant with flowers. The purple flowers of the Jacaranda carpet my front garden.

Golden showers of flowers from the Amaltas Cassia fistula attract birds and bees.

The serene beauty of the white Amaryllis contrasts with the exuberant colours all around.

The Lobster Claw Heliconium plants are full of bright red-and yellow flowers. The flowers are becoming longer day by day. Some of them become 2 feet long and last for two months or more. Squirrels seem to love them too.
Thanks to Carol at May Dreams Garden for hosting the Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day.


  1. I love your flowers for Bloom Day. They are gorgeous.

  2. What beautiful flowers, all of them! I had jacaranda flowers in my wedding bouquet. It's interesting to see Amaryllis growing outside there, I grew them indoors this winter.

  3. Wow, that's a contrast! After 10 posts of crocus (which I love, don't get me wrong) -- This!

    Warmed me right up. Thanks so much, and happy bloom day!

  4. aloha,

    you have alot of beautiful blooms coming from your garden today and it looks like alot of sweet smelling blooms also...thanks for sharing....i love the jacarandas and cassias, they give such abundant blooms!