Sunday, 14 June 2020

Summer blooms at 40c

This summer is quite uncertain compared to previous year in fact this year has been by far filled with uncertainty and ambiguity that will be staying for some time more in the latter part of this year.

While we are experiencing Hot summer days  in our region this time with unexpected western disturbances the usual  scorching heat waves are being subsided by the advent of showers periodically in every week.

It has helped a lot for flowers to appear in otherwise colorless summer garden.

                                                 Neon carnation bloom gave a comeback





Hibiscus flowers are enjoying change in weather





Firebush Flowers 




Solanum virginianum 



French Marigold


Rains bring Rain lily to bloom 








Portulaca is one of the most hardy flower in summer 








Peacock flower and Scarlet milkweed are constantly blooming from last month 







Plumeria blooms 



Jasmine blooms 






Zinnia in pots 





Some fresh harvest of tomatoes 




Meanwhile sky is looking cloudy again this weekend 






A sunbird spotted in the garden                                                                                        




38 comments:

  1. I love visiting your garden, so different from mine. Thank you for sharing all that beauty.

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  2. I have never heard of a sunbird until now! Wow, it's something! I've also never seen a hibiscus that color, or a neon carnation. Thank you for sharing such unusual, to me, things!

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  3. I've never seen a neon carnation before. So many hot-loving flowers that are hard to grow in my region. I can grow portulaca though and it is coming up all over this year!

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  4. I enjoy visiting your garden each month. A lot of your flowers are similar to what we have in the Caribbean.

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  5. A sunbird (looks like a type of what we call hummingbird?) A neon carnation? Your garden is so different and yet you have some of the same things I can grow, like French marigolds. I would wilt in 30 degree C heat. (It's about 23 C where I live right now, with low humidity). But, I would never be able to grow jasmine. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  6. Lovely flowers, Arun. I especially like the neon carnation and the gorgeous Hibiscus at the top of your post. Best wishes with the weather!

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  7. Good morning... It's time for walking through Bloggerland. Visiting each other on Our World on Tuesday. Thank you for sharing, this lovely captures of blooms.

    Stay healthy and well.
    Happy MosaicMonday

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  8. I first grew portulaca last year and fell in love with how well it does in heat. Your blooms are lovely.
    Jeannie@GetMeToTheCountry

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  9. So many lovely flowers and that sunbird is just gorgeous! Happy Bloom Day.

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  10. Lovely pictures!
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  11. Such beautiful colors! Wow!

    It's awesome to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks for linking up.

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  12. OOOOOH, those firebush flowers are interesting! Thanks for linking up to the Lovin Life Linky

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  13. What a lovely set of blooms! And that sunbird... #teamlovinlife

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  14. Thank you for stopping by at my blog post :-) your flowers look so familiar to me, the climate in my central Florida garden must be the same to yours. of course we do not have sunbirds! You have truly beautiful flowers.

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  15. beautiful variety of colors of your flowers in your garden. I love it and the delicious tomatoes. What a pretty bird *wow* I'm enthusiastic about her posting!
    Have a beautiful Day, Elke

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  16. What a colorful & joyful hibiscus you have! I enjoyed your beautiful flower photos a lot. Wishing sunny & happy weekend.

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  17. Beautiful flower shots. I recognize the milkweed flowers. We have some in our yard.

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  18. I could never manage to grow a Carnation - truly a beauty in your garden. Wish you could share your tips on how you grow and care for Carnations.

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  19. Hello. I love all these flowers. Beautiful photos.

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  20. Hello,

    Your Sunbird is beautiful. I love the sky shot, a little dramatic. The flowers are all lovely, I would like to have some jasmine. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, have a great new week ahead.

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  21. Beautiful flowers & such a gorgeous colorful sunbird!

    I want to send along my thanks for your participation this week at IRBB.

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  22. I love all your tropical blooms and those tomatoes look delicious! I always enjoy visiting your garden!

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  23. Gorgeous photos and I love your garden.

    Thank you for linking up to #SilentSunday x

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  24. Your garden is so beautiful and very different to ours. I've found this has been an amazing year for roses! #KCACOLS

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  25. The Firebush Flower is new to me. Marigolds are a favourite of mine and they are so easy to seed save from for free flowers each year. - Margy

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  26. Your posts are always full of beauty and color...I appreciate that. I teach and school is supposed to start in a couple of months. The summer is already unusual and what about fall? These are distressing times. Thank you for linking up!

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  27. Wow, your garden has some beautiful flowers - amazing colours. Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time.

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  28. Those are beautiful. Nature is such a wonderful thing x

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  29. What gorgeous flowers and amazing colours for the temperatures that you get. #KCACOLS

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  30. Thanks for taking part in the "My Sunday Best" meme.

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  31. beautiful - we have a lot of the french marigolds in the garden too. #kcacols

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  32. Beautiful flowers. I have to admit I’m not that much of a gardener. Also we don’t currently have a garden. #kcacols

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  33. Gorgeous flowers. I am obsessed with them. I wish I have a garden so I can lots of flowers there. Thanks for sharing your post with us at #kcacols
    PS: Please, I would really appreciate if you could do your requirement comments for this linkup. It is the 3rd time in a row that we don't have comments from you. Thanks x

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