Thursday, September 17, 2020

Wake me up when September ends

 

Seriously! this month is so bad. I am feeling so sorry for everyone suffering under hurricane Sally. Central Florida got off easy with just a ton of rain, heavy cloud cover and humidity so high one does not know if to breath or swallow.





Nope. not going outside but for a couple minutes to snap some pictures of the brave plants flowering right now.






The Aechmea blanchetiana is flowering, finally. I was waiting for this to happen for a couple years. Top right is Aechmea distichanta and below is Aechmea Del Mar. Del Mar is a trooper, flowering in all corners of Myrtle Glen, also very prolific, one plant produces between four and six pups.




Besides the Hedychium Dr. Moy, Sherry Baby, Luna Moth, Carnival and H. coronarium, the Blue Ginger (not a ginger, though) shines with a few flowers.



Dichorisandra thyrsiflora


A bit late in the year, the Plumeria 'Irma Bryan' decided to bloom. Not sure why my plumies were sulking all year long. 




The tacca is flowering again, still a bit too early, maybe I'll get more flowers towards Halloween. And the obedient plant keeps blooming, hopefully it does not mind the flooded back yard too much. 




A few more colors, the pink turks cap, Anthurium 'white lady', red lily gloriosa, and the yellow Zephyranthes citrina. 




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18 comments:

  1. Beautiful!
    A few days late, but Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!
    Thanks for your comment on my blog. I have posted photos of the Spider Lily blooms.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. Thank you for visiting my blog. I hopped over to see your spider lilies, they are so lovely!

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  2. Wonderful captures, fantastisc blooms...
    ...happy MosaicMonday

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    1. thank you for visiting my blog, I am glad I found Mosaic Monday :)

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  3. I love seeing your beautiful plants! Not sure where you live but I'll look around on your blog. It was a beautiful weekend here in North Central FL...actually cool yesterday when we hiked. And everything is so green after a summer of showers. Enjoy your week!

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  4. Welcome, welcome, welcome to Mosaic Monday! Your first entry sure makes a splash! I am tickled all shades of pink that you decided to duck outside into the humidity to take these photos. Wow! What a garden you have. I could not live in a humid environment, but I sure adore those tropical plants!

    I popped over to your About Me page, and read about your role as a Garden Coach. Seems to me it fits you perfectly! Thanks again for linking to Mosaic Monday, and please come again!

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    1. Thank you Angie, for your visit and your kind comment. I will for sure add my posts with collage images to Mosaic Monday :)

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  5. Stunning blooms.I loved the dichosiandra blooms.I liked the way you used the title of post with reference to Green day song.It would be my pleasure if you join my link up party related to Gardening here at http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2020/09/garden-affair-ornamental-aquatic-plants.html

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  6. Your garden is perfectly lovely with beautiful blooms one after another. Thank you for your visit through Mosaic Monday.

    Yoko

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  7. Es ist eine Pracht so herrliche blühten

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  8. Eine wundervolle Blütenptracht!

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  9. Thanks for linking up with Garden Affair.

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  10. No way to get thru this without a garden! You have some wonderfully beautiful tropical flowers.

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