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Blooms of rain lily, hibiscus and night jasmine

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. These are Blooms of rain lily, hibiscus and night jasmine. The first is white
rain lily, zephyranthes candida.
zephyranthes candida 
The other flower in bloom is white ginger lily or butterfly ginger lily with botanic name Hedychium coronarium
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.
Nyctanthes arbortristis
Here is the closer shot:
har singhar
And last but not least this purple single flowered hibiscus.
hibiscus flower

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18 Responses

  1. Lui says:

    I love the white flowers. We had the second one which my sister calls ‘Camia’ but it is quite delicate and died upon meeting my dogs!

    This is the first time I saw a purple hibiscus!

    Nice shots!

  2. Lui says:

    I love the white flowers. We had the second one which my sister calls ‘Camia’ but it is quite delicate and died upon meeting my dogs!

    This is the first time I saw a purple hibiscus!

    Nice shots!

  3. Elaine says:

    I just love the photo of the white rain lily….just beautiful. I have hibiscus in my garden but not such a lovely purple one….anytime I see such lovely flowers I immediately want some for myself! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for sharing these!

  4. Night blooming jasmine was just added to my garden this summer and its blooms are amazing! One plant sends frangrance throughout the garden!

  5. I love rain lily, especially when its naturalized in the grass. My butterfly gingers never fully flowered this year because it was too dry… ๐Ÿ™

  6. chubskulit says:

    I wonder why it’s called sad tree as it has a gorgeous bloom?

    My Flower post. Have a great week ahead!

  7. Judy says:

    I love the rain lily! It has such a wonderful shape, and raindrops just make it perfect!
    And the purple hibiscus is startling! I have never seen one like that!

  8. Jama says:

    I love jasmines, but these were slightly different from the ones we commonly have here,

  9. Kala says:

    So many beautiful blossoms. I especially love jasmine.

  10. Lovely flowers! I particularly love the first shot with raindrops on the petals. So clear and refreshing!

  11. HOOTIN' ANNI says:

    Simply stunning!!!!

    My Macro is posted now. Do find time to stop by and say hello if you can!!!

  12. Bom says:

    Great flowers. I particularly liked the calm vibe of the rain lily.

  13. birdy says:

    Stunning captures of beautiful flowers. Rain lily is my favorite picture.

  14. Mary says:

    Oh how lovely it is to see such beautiful blooms when the dark and gray days have taken over in my part of the world! Thanks for sharing at MM. ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Nice pictures.. these flowers are great.. i really liked..

  16. Andrea says:

    Wow, your photos are lovely. But that hibiscus is unique to me coz i haven’t seen it here, it looks like H.syriacus with additional unusual petals at the center.

  17. The rain lily is so pretty. I also love images with flowers that have raindrops on them. So pretty. And Jasmine.You are so lucky to be able to grow it and the fragrance must be so wonderful.You have some lovely whites in your garden now. Have a wonderful weekend!

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