Magenta night blooming tropical water lily
Vanda orchid blooming for the first time and took nearly 6 years to bloom!
While this vanda blooms nonstop
Garlic vine back in bloom (Pseudoclymma alliaceum)
Bougainvillea pink ice
Back garden all cut and waiting for the workmen to wreck!
Hello and welcome to garden blogger's bloom day where gardeners around the globe post what is blooming in their gardens. The rustic Bajan gardener has been busy preparing the homestead for roof repairs. The roof is being rebuilt and we have moved downstairs. Hubby and I are now camping in the TV room while daughter along the rest of stuff in the great room or the formal living room that had been empty for years. Yes I am sleeping with the dogs, not quite but they seem to think that. The roof will take about six weeks to complete (I hope).
I have taken back what I had said about our dry season starting in November. We have had rain almost every day so far this month. The night temperatures have been hovering between 20-24C while the day remains a constant 27-30C. The ground is saturated and everything is green and lush. I am hoping that the dry season will kick in while the roof is being built. To see more of what is blooming in gardens around the world please visit Carol at may dreams gardens.
Have a great week my friends!