Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day, is hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens
We have an extreme mild winter this year, besides a few frost bitten leaves there is no damage in the garden.
Here is what is blooming in February in Myrtle Glen, Central Florida zone 9b
Bromeliads (Neoregelia McWilliamsii, Billbergia wentii, Quesnelia testudo, Aechmea maculata)
Not pictured: Aechmea Black Jack, Aechmea Del Mar, Aechmea gamosepala 'matchstick'
Orchids ( Epidendrum radicans purple, Epi. Pacific Glory, Bamboo orchid, Vanda lamellata var. boxallii)
Not pictured: Vanda 'Evening Sun', Guaritonia 'Why Not' , Vanda terete 'Diana'
For the butterflies (Yellow Mex. Milkweed, Salvia Black & Blue, Cuphea ignea, Cuphea lanceolata 'Starfire', red Mex. Milkweed, Salvia rosebud, pink Firespike)
Not pictured: Popcorn Cassia, Abutilon
Butterflies I saw today: Monarchs, Sulphurs, Skippers and Black Swallowtails
Pretty in Pink (Pink Turk's Cap, Beefsteak Begonia, Brazilian Bachelor Button, Bougonvillea, Impatiens, Clerodendrum 'Starburst', trailing Lantana)
Not pictured: pink Salvia coccinea, Aloe harlana, wild morning glory, Pseuderanthemum laxiflorum 'shooting star', Hawaiian Sunset vine, Cuphea 'Ballistic'
Nectarines aren't flowering yet, but the Mango, Key Lime and Meyer Lemon are blooming.
This post is part of the Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day, hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens