This is an area at the furthest end of the garden in the shadows of a huge banyan tree, (the bearded fig tree) where I have planted several gingers lilies, clerodendron bleeding heart, Antigua heath (Russelia equisetiformis)and showers of gold (galphimia glauca).
They are all thriving with very little care.
There are some bald spots where some plants had died and will be replaced in due time. The terrain is very rocky and I am surprised that the plants are doing so well.
Hello friends and welcome to blooming Friday. The theme today is verdure, an old French word meaning the lush greenness of flourishing vegetation. It is derived from the French word verd meaning green. To see more of Blooming Friday why not stroll over to Katarina at Roses and stuff to see more greenery from around the world.
As you can see from the above photos, the lush greenness that surrounds me even though we are supposed to be in our dry season. I am thankful for the showers we have been getting saving me water. We started this morning off with another shower of rain and hopefully that will continue .
Have a verdant weekend my friends!