Monday, March 14, 2011

Bloom Day - March 2011

Here's what's blooming in my garden today!  Click on any of the hyperlinks for more information on the individual plants.







Cherry of the Rio Grande, Loropetalum
Brunfelsia, Mammilaria
Shrimp plant, Yellow Cestrum
Elderberry, Tecomaria

















Malvaviscus, Citrus
Macadamia, Tabebuia
Formosa Azalea, Bush Daisy
Russelia, Aloe zebrina












Setcreasea, Bletilla
Spiderwort, Salvia lyrata
Ananas bracteatus, Aechmea distichantha, Ae. maculata, Billbergia nutans
(note: these bromeliads are all natural species, just the way they're found growing wild!)

On the 15th of every month, gardeners around the world show off their blooms.  To see what other gardeners have in bloom today, visit May Dreams Gardens.

9 comments:

Giga said...

As much as I envy, for me are the crocuses and snowdrops only. But the cheer that will soon be more. Yours

Bernie said...

A feast of fabulous flowers once again. Adored the Cherry blossoms, the Mammilaria is quite something and the Tabebuia is gorgeous. I'm hoping my Tabebuia impetiginosa makes it back, fingers crossed. Great range of Bromeliad blooms as well. It's always a pleasure dropping by for GBBD.

Andrea said...

This is my first time to see Macadamia flowers, i only have seen the fruit and the nuts already in packages! thanks Jim

p3chandan said...

As usual you have such beautiful blooms and so many varieties. Happy Blooms Day!

guild-rez said...

Love your variety of beautiful flowers!!
I am still waiting for spring flowers to bloom.
- Cheers from Toronto, Canada
Gisela.

Commonweeder said...

I love Bloom Day - especially in these months when the only place I am going to see flowers is visiting other blogs.

My garden haven said...

Great to see your garden grow, Grower Jim. So many lovely plants and blooms. I'm green with envy.
Rosie

Nell Jean said...

Bromeliads in the Wild, imagine! You sure have lots of blooms. Happy Bloom Day.

RBell said...

The aloe & Quesnelia liboniana really catch my eye - such nice colors.

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails