Welcome to Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day here at Foxes Earth, home of the Seed Scatterer. Here are just a few of what's blooming here:
Lantana attracts butterflies.
Wide swaths of two colors of Lantana assures there is a nectar source always.
September holds surprises: Lycoris radiata and Cassia alata are starting to bloom.
Cassia alata, host to Sulphur butterflies. More lycoris radiata is in the background.
Lantana, melampodium, Madagascar periwinkle persist as Crape myrtle winds down and Salvia leucantha prepares to bloom along with S. elegans and S. coccinea. Daturas are still in bloom as are Porterweeds, Tithonia and Pentas in the butterfly gardens.
Hosted by Carol at May Dreams Garden, GBBD brings gardeners together from all over, to show what's blooming on the 15th of each month.
Happy Bloom Day. I can hardly wait to see your blooms. There are other blossoms here, but I know you need to move on to see all the others. Please come back tomorrow to see the new butterfly that turned up.