Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day November 2011

 Mangoes are back in season an unusual occurrence for me with a second crop in a year. They should be ready to eat around Christmas ....yummy. 
  White Begonias and  white mussaenda 

 Mr lizard  posing for me on an anthurium

Hello and welcome to GBBD where gardeners from around the globe post what is blooming in their gardens. We have been getting frequent rainfall and the garden is alive with colour and greenery. Last Saturday and Sunday we had very heavy rainfall and of course the lowest areas in the garden was flooded. The water has receded and hopefully there will be little damage to trees and plants. 

To see what is blooming in other gardens around the globe please go over to Carol at may dreams gardens  and check them out.  Have a great week and happy gardening!


  1. A tropical garden is a treat for us Northerners this season!

  2. aloha,

    so interesting that your mango season is now...we only get ours in late june timeframe and i'm dying for more!

  3. Thank you for sharing your wonderful tropical blooms! We are getting colder here in the northeast so it is nice to see your lovely gardens! Happy GBBD!

  4. Je suis surprise de voir des mangues en novembre, est-ce normal à Barbados
    Je viens de couper un manguier qui ne donnait pas beaucoup de fruits mais j'aime trop les mangues
    Salutations de Guadeloupe

  5. Everything is lovely. All my tropicals are inside already. Happy Bloom Day. Mangoes look so tempting.

  6. Hi Helen, you seem really quite busy, posting seldom now! That elevated pond which you posted earlier when still being constructed is a really unique feature in a garden. I haven't seen yet a pond with timber containers, beautiful. And your Mussaenda are flowering well, we don't have the white but the orange.

  7. Looks beautiful, Helen.
    I'm getting ready for my first frost next week. This is when I wish I lived further south.
    David/ :-)

  8. Hi Helen! Another beautiful show! i wish our mangoes would bear fruit twice a year but we only get them during the summer. As for your blooms...wow!

    I loved reading your comment on my Brendan post. Guess what? In the middle of his performance,in a club, he thanked me for looking after him (and Laura)!! You should have seen me smile!:-)))

    Have a great weekend!


Thanks for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. Due to annoying spam no anonymous comments will be allowed.