The consistent presence of hot and humid climate clearly envisages expectation of more rains this year.
I am thrilled to see Lycoris lily blooming after more than five years, I guess they are rightly named as Surprise lily too.
Sunkissed Ixora Blooms
Your flowers are thriving so late in the season.ReplyDelete
A nice variety of blooms I am familiar with and some (like Oleander) that wouldn't survive when I live. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.comReplyDelete
So pretty! I grew up with a lot of oleander, and they are the go-to shrub planting in highway medians where I lived (Northern California). Pretty, but I was always a little bit afraid of them, and only had them in the front yard where kids and pets couldn't chew on them!ReplyDelete
I wish I could get Lycoris established in my garden! Best wishes for improved weather, Arun. We've never had much of a humidity problem in my part of the world until now and I must say I'm not happy about it.ReplyDelete
I always enjoy my visits to your garden. I especially loved that wonderful lycoris and the ixora blooms. Thank you for sharing them.ReplyDelete
With you they are still beautiful in bloom I saw but here my flowers are starting to wilt on the balcony. And I have already brought in some plants with flowers. It is raining very hard here and autumn is just around the corner. It is also getting colder now in this month. greetings this time from https://catherinetine.blogspot.com - nature blogReplyDelete
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Thank you for sharing your lovely garden with usReplyDelete
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Beautiful.Mine are all gone now. Some were still blooming, but looked so desperate after all the dry weather.ReplyDelete
My word, what beautiful flowers you have in your garden. I was wondering if the Cormorant could in fact be an Anhinga! It's difficult to tell, in that position
All the best..
Such a cool bird! And lovely flowers of course. But flowers are always lovely.ReplyDelete
Your flowers look so good. I had a lot of Zinnias this summer, but they have faded now. Thank you for linking up.ReplyDelete
What fabulous colors! I can't wait for my garden to bloom with spring and summer colors!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful blooms! We don't have anything blooming in the garden now.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos. Five years is a long time to wait for such beautiful blooms. It definitely was worth it.ReplyDelete
My ixora bush is yellow. I like your blossom color better. Great cormorant pose!!ReplyDelete
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