This pink Angelonia has started to flower now. I planted a broken branch out in the open, and that is also doing well.
This Firespike is from a cutting I got from a friend. The rains have helped it to root and establish itself. It has also started to flower.
My Thunbergia mysorensis vine is putting out long chandeliers of flowers now. It was concentrating on becoming bigger and stronger during the rains.
Always enjoy coming here in the evening and seeing your gorgeous flowers through your wonderful photos! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a lovely day and a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Bird of paradise is such a unique flower! It's among the most expensive cut flower in my country! You have beautiful collection of flowers in your garden!ReplyDelete
All beautiful but I especially love your thunbergia. they are such a spectacular vine.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great weekend.
Sylvia, as always, you are the first with some nice words.ReplyDelete
Malar, I wanted to make more clumps of the Bird of Paradise, but I failed.
Missy, yes, this thunbergia is very showy. It is named after my parents' hometown.
Many of the flowers that you post are new to me. The angelonia i have never seen. And your header flower is spectacular!!!ReplyDelete
Really beautiful blooms and photos.ReplyDelete