White Debdrobium flanked by busy lizzies add some colour to this rack.
Freshly cut ginger lilies welcome visitors to the house.
Pink Pride of Barbados amongst the golden crinums
Pink pride of Barbados (caesalpinia pulcherrima)
Monarchs are back in the garden and this one just entered the world.
The evening sun through the trees.
Hello and welcome to Garden Blogger's blooms day for September. This month has been hot and on the dryish side with a few scattered showers over the island. My water bill for last month was $123.00 ($62.00USD) the lowest I have seen for some time. The month before was $530.00 ($265.00 USD). I dread seeing it if it continues to be dry. There is still lots of moisture in the air as I can see heavy dew on the grass in the early morning, that has put a damper on cutting the grass in the morning. September is still an official hurricane month for us and we are still watching systems developing in the Atlantic. I have roof repairs to do and will probably start in another week or so, something I am not looking forward to.
To see more blooming gardens around the globe please go over to Carol at may dreams gardens. Have a great weekend my friends.