Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Flowers in July


Oh, so nice and hot and steamy Central Florida in July! It is like inside a greenhouse so humid one has to think to breathe and not swallow.


Begonia coccinea






White is my favorite color in the yard. The color white simply pops out and is so showy.

Epiphyllum strictum

Most of my plants love the Florida summer, a few are giving up and hunker down waiting it out but that's ok, their time will come as soon as the summer heat is gone. Right now it is all for the tropicals.


Butterfly Pea vine, double blue


Night blooming water lily closes its flowers late morning and opens them up again at dusk.





Hibiscus Hawaiian Salmon is in bloom all summer long



I am in love with this Hibiscus El Capitolio Tequila Sunrise



Gingers love the heat, this one is Hedychium Dr. Moy




This dendrobium was a rescue and thanks it by flowering year after year



The yellow water snowflake sends its flowers over the pond's edge.



yumm, I can't wait for the dragon fruit to ripen, it is so delicious



A few more pictures, white daylily, spiral ginger, dancing lady ginger, toad lily, Vanda blue magic


Then there is always the many colors of foliage



For now, the yard belongs to the wildlife, butterflies, lizards, hummingbirds galore.



This post is added to Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day, hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens


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    1. Naja, zur Zeit nicht grad, das Unkraut fuehlt sich wohl im Sommer ;-)

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