Thursday, August 14, 2014

Anticipation of Bloom Day

It's impossible to show every blossom in a single post, nor will viewers have time to look.

An abundance of Crape Myrtle and Madagascar Periwinkle grows here.

Angel's Trumpets, Devil's Trumpets, Crinums --
nights are filled with fragrance.

Butterflies are Back!



Is your garden ready for Bloom Day?

6 comments:

  1. My pink Angel Trumpet had several blooms on it until a windstorm blew those branches off Tuesday.Broke down several limbs.The Yellow has not started blooming yet.
    Love your photos of blooming plants.

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  2. Auntb, your Angel Trumpet will grow new limbs. My friend Barbara's grandsons cut hers down, saying they were cutting down 'poison oak' -- it grew back quickly.

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  3. I love the butterflies and your abundant flowers. My garden is in its summer doldrums and definitely is NOT ready for Bloom Day.

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  4. It's all lovely but your large pink brugmansia is a show stopper

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  5. I can almost smell your fragrant evening garden here! Your pink brugmansia is glorious!

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  6. Lovely butteflies! We've had a lot this summer, too. And your Brugmansia is stunning!

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I look forward to comments and questions and lively discussion of gardening and related ideas.



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