Saturday, May 15, 2010

Bloom Day - 51 varieties for May!

Lots of blooms for the month of May!  Viewing across, then down:  Dendrobium pierardii, Loropetalum, Don Juan Rose, Porterweed, Brunfelsia, Thevetia, Jaboticaba, Pomegranate.

Barleria (white & purple), Ruellia brittoniana, Ruellia elegans, Shrimp plant, Tecoma, Dietes iridioides, Dietes bicolor

Jewel of Opar, Yesterday-Today & Tomorrow, Turnera, Russelia, Bush Daisy, Duranta, Spiderwort, Plumbago

Cestrum aurantiacum, Cestrum diurnum, Jasminum ilicifolium, Jasminum sambac, Lantana, Dianthus, Petunia, Pentas

 Cattley Guava, Elderberry, Ascocentrum curvifolium, Magnolia grandiflora, Tipuana tipu, Mimosa, Passiflora incarnata, Neomarica gracilis

Aechmea lueddemanniana, Aechmea fasciata, Aechmea Burgundy, Aechmea Royal Wine, Aechmea distichanthaBillbergia Windii

Neoregelia carolinae, N. olens,
N. rosea-lineata, N. Sheba,
N. spectabilis, N. Tangerine

To see what's blooming in gardens around the world today visit May Dreams Gardens for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.


BernieH said...

All so beautiful ... what a fabulous collection of blooms you have in your garden right now!

AaronVFT said...

So beautiful! I love ALL your flowers! They are all beautiful in their own way.

RBell said...

I'm always amazed at the number of flowers appearing in your garden; it must be like living in a florist's arrangement.

NanaK said...

Wow! What a fabulous show your garden is putting on this month. Must be lots of fun to be outside amongst those beautiful blooms.

Sylvana said...

I really liked the way that you displayed these pictures. It makes it so quick to get through the TON of blooms you have in your garden! You have some great flowers there. I love the passion flower. Weird and beautiful. I also liked the Dietes bicolor and Dendrobium pierardii. So unusual.