Fall sowing is at peak right now. I am almost done with planting the bulbs except the hyacinths. Other spring flowering
annuals are sprouting as well. Only few flowers managed to continue their bloom in this month of november. The first is white
rain lily, zephyranthes candida.
The other flower in bloom is white ginger lily or butterfly ginger lily with botanic name Hedychium coronarium
Another plant which blooms in october and november with heavenly fragrance is sad tree or night jasmine with botanic
name Nyctanthes arbortristis. Its flowers drop at night.
Here is the closer shot:
And last but not least this purple single flowered hibiscus.
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Sunday, November 7, 2010
Monday, November 9, 2009
Although It has been a while the fall plantings are done, still some late summer bloomers are going all the way into november. And that includes sweet almond vebena, moon flower, sad tree, murraya and rain lilies. Okay i admit the first winter/spring bloomer in my garden is geranium. Sadly pelargoniums are not common here although they suit better to our climate. so here they go. And dont forget to visit Lisa's Chaos for other macro picks