Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day May 2018

Freshly picked swiss chard and lettuce
Santa Barbara daisy
Pride of Dominica seems to bloom whenever I give it a good soak.
Lagerstromeia speciosa aka crepe myrtle, queen of flowers. The tree was severely pruned a few months ago and I was surprised that it bloomed so quickly.

White mussenda
Syzygium malaccense aka malay apple, pommerac, plumrose, water apple in bloom



Cassia javanica
Heliconia rostrata aka lobster claw
Heliconia bihai
Barbados Amaryllis
Red amaryllis
Petunias
White mandevilla
Adenium aka desert rose
Zepyhrantes aka rain lilies
variegated Alocasia
Tree orchids
Callistemon aka bottlebrush
Hello and welcome to Garden Bloggers Bloom day where gardeners around the globe post what is blooming in their gardens. The garden is in bloom and spring has sprung.   It has also been hot and dry and am hoping that we get some rain soon.  There had been some light showers but not enough to make an impression.  
To see more blooming gardens please go over to Carol at may dreams gardens. Have a great week gardening!

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day April 2018

 Petunias



 Hibiscus
 Adenium aka Desert roses

Plumeria aka Frangipani 
 Hippeastrum aka Barbados amaryllis
 Dahlias


 White Mandevilla
 Red Pentas
 Callistemon aka Bottlebrush
 Snap dragons
 Sunflower
 Santa Barbara daisy
 Bougainvillea, Frangipani and Chinaman's Hat
 Bougainvillea Raspberry ice

 Cassia grandis
 Moon flower

Hello and welcome to Garden Blogger's Bloom Day where gardeners around the globe post what is blooming in their gardens. The dry season is in full swing and the Rustic Bajan Garden is ablaze with colour. Those of you who are still waiting on Spring my sincerest sympathies.  To see more blooming gardens please visit Carol's garden at May dreams gardens
Have a great week gardening and wishing my friends in the North and in Europe warmer weather. You have an open invitation to visit me whenever you want to. 

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Spring is in the air

Sunflowers and petunias are in bloom at the rustic Bajan garden.




Vertical planter filled with veggies.
petunias and crown of thorns
 A longtime family friend and daughter dropped in for a visit.
 It is spring at the Rustic Bajan Garden. The days are becoming hot again even though we have been getting some scattered showers.  Those of you in the UK my sympathies about the Beast from the East.  Those of you in to in the great North fear not Spring will be soon here, even though we are enjoying the cool nights you have been sending us.  To all gardening folks happy gardening!