This is an old-fashioned flower called Madras Jasmine. I think it is some kind of Clerodendrum.
The Zimbabwe Creeper has attractive flowers. I have kept it as a bush.
Pink flowers of the Powderpuff plant attract bees.
A Gloriosa superba lily, past its glory, but still attractive.
You can view lots of flowers from different climate zones at Today's Flowers
Such gorgeous flowers and colors and your captures are breathtaking! I do love the wonderful variety! Enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
You made my evening. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Another exotic collection! The Zimbabwe creeper has such attractive flowers!! That variety of clerodendrum (Madras jasmine)grows wild at Haflong. And I think the glory lily looks lovely at every stage!ReplyDelete
Have a great Sunday!
Very Beautiful Flowers. Very nice.ReplyDelete
º° ✿Olá, amiga!
✿♥ ° ·.Passei para uma visitinha.
°º✿As flores são muito bonitas e diferentes.
º° ✿✿♥ ° ·.Bom domingo!
A beautiful collection of flowers and photos. They are all so colorful and pretty. TOO hard to pick a favorite, they are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I really like the Madras jasmine.ReplyDelete
Awesome collection!! I've been searching for Gloriosa Superba since long over here, its simply gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
The Madras Jasmine grows wild here too!
thanks for giving me the name of this gorgeous flower .ReplyDelete
The birdshot was mostly lucky. I saw the bird flying in and out from under the roof. Had no idéa it would come out like that. :)
Such a selection of beautiful flowers, the whites are perfect, the pink ones a delight and the gloriosa lily I have admired on your header for some time and have only once before seen in the wild on Ysawa-Rara, an island in the Fijian group. Thank you for a lovely flower show.ReplyDelete
I like all your flowers. The colors are fantastic.ReplyDelete
The peaceful atmosphere.
The heartwarming scenery.
They harmonize very much.
A good week.
The Madras jasmine is gorgeous! I didn't see any seed on my chalice vine either. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Lovely tropical flowers, ones I don't get to see and so I am even more grateful for your photographs. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Próbowała wybrać najładniejszego, ale nie udało się, bo wszystkie piękne. PozdrawiamReplyDelete
Lovely Capture...So refreshing whenever i visit your blogReplyDelete
Mam...i looked for this mysore clockvine everywhere...and my bad luck i didnt find it in any nursery...Please help me out...In the past also i had requested you to help me..i hope this time around u will be kind enough to meReplyDelete
Lovely collection! The Zimbabwe flower looks similar to Orchid!ReplyDelete
So many exotic flowers - and so different to what I'd normally see downunder here in OZ!!ReplyDelete
Simply beautifully captured shot...lovely!ReplyDelete
Regards and best wishes
What a lovely garden!ReplyDelete
Your flowers are incredible. I've never seen the plant in the first pic!!! WOW!ReplyDelete
Those flowers in the first shot are amazing!ReplyDelete
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