Tuesday, 15 October 2019

On the move

          With abundance of Rainfall and  wet weather ,rainfall surpassing and almost breaking its all time records its officially the end of Monsoon season,No not really it is still creating havoc in many parts of India till today.It has definitely boosted the advent of winter chills in the garden ,Garden is on the move with transition from hot to chill weather taking rapidly.
                                  Meanwhile some of blooms are as astonishing as the rains.                                                                    

                                                   Elephant creeper blooms are attractive 


One of my favorite jasmine Coral Jasmine with most unusual night  blooming flowers.

Princess Flower or Tibouchina 

Canna Lilies are beauty

Cranberry Hibiscus 

Rain brings the rain lilies

Cluster vine 

Wedelia creeper

Powder puff blooms

Good old portulaca 

Trailing Lantana 

Butterfly weed

Red Ixora

Turk's cap

Firebush in blooms

A bouquet of Four'o clock blooms

Day blooming jasmine

Happy Gardening !          Watch what's blooming around the world at Maydreamsgardens


  1. the elephant looks like a trumpet!

  2. As always, I enjoy your hot climate blooms. Right now they are warming me up. We are rapidly progressing towards our first frost - we've dodged two of them (outlying areas got them)including the plants that can't grow in my area due to hardiness concerns. Happy GBBD and I will thank you in advance for your bloom pictures in our coming snow covered winter. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

  3. Beautiful blooms. My favorite is always the Red Ixora, but I do love them all! Thank you for sharing a little bit of warmth as we head deep into fall.

  4. The rain has really made a difference in your garden, Arun! I love the Ixora, a plant I've tried and failed to grow - I expect it needs more humidity than my climate can provide. Your blue cluster vine reminds me a lot of the Evolvulus we grow here. Happy GBBD!

  5. Happy GBBD and thanks for the compliments on my Bloom Day post. The Ixora flowers are so pretty and exotic! I bet your garden smells wonderful.

  6. As always, you have the brightest blooms! I have one rainlily, pink, but seeing yours reminds me to find more. Your portulaca photo is perfect!

  7. Wonderful blooms and wonderful photography of them as always. That purple trailing lantana reminds me that I need to buy more. I lost the last of mine last winter.

  8. Beautiful flowers - my fire bush is really big and covered in blooms also.

  9. So many different flowers and all colors! Very nice! Enjoy your week!

  10. What gorgeous flowers! I recognize some of them and a few grow a bit too well here in New Zealand!

    It's great to see your post on 'My Corner of the World' this week!

    My Corner of the World

  11. Such beautiful flowers!It will frost here tonight, so no more flowers for me. I will have to enjoy yours. Thank you for linking up!

  12. Your orange rain lily is a beauty! Mine didn't flower even with the frequent rain we are experiencing.

    Have a pleasant day!

  13. How lovely are your photos of nature. Thank you for sharing.
    Denyse #lovinlifelinky

  14. The colours are fabulous. We have lantana here too and while it's classed as a "weed" I love the flowers. Thanks for linking up #teamlovinlife

  15. What gorgeous flowers you, you are so lucky and I can see you have such a passion for them.

  16. Beautiful flowers! it was so interesting to see as many are exotic and not known to me. Wishing you a lovely Sunday.


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