Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Garden Blogger's Bloom day June 2016

 Royal Poinciana aka Flamboyant is in Bloom!


 Gaillardias

 Celosia







 I call this  Zinnia lipstick pink


 
  Mangoes, Mangoes, Mangoes!
 My first dragon fruit!
Passion fruit
 Hello and welcome to GBBD where gardeners around the globe post what is blooming in their gardens. 
There is a lot blooming at the rustic Bajan garden today. Sunflowers, Zinnias, Gaillardias, Celosias are in bloom. The Royal Poincianas are coming into bloom around the garden. I picked my first dragon fruit today and mangoes are falling. The drought is still on with sporadic rainfall around the island. 
To see more blooming gardens please take a stroll over to Carol's at May dreams Gardens to see more !
Have a great day folks! 

14 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your first dragon fruit! I am more than jealous of your mango collection. I love all the colour in your garden - the hot pink Zinnia is amazing! Happy GBBD.

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    1. Hello Sarah,
      thank you for visiting I only just found your message on Blogger it did not come through my inbox as they normally do. I do apologize for my late response. I found six more buds on my dragon fruit and am keeping my fingers crossed.

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  2. Oh, I love all your blooms - especially the lipstick pink zinnia. Our zinnia's probably won't be blooming for at least another month. I also really enjoy your short sunflower border. Happy Bloom Day!

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    1. Hi Jennifer,
      Thank you for visiting , the Zinnias are still going strong and the dwarf sunflowers have been replaced with more dwarf ones.

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  3. I love the Sunflowers!
    Wonderful looking fruit, too!
    Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!
    Lea

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    1. Hey Lea,

      I love sunflowers too and am sowing more varieties for the garden. Thank you for stopping by.

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  4. What colour!
    So different from the rather timid shades we have here at present. And then all that goodlooking fruit.
    and a sunflowerlined path no less. What a glorious place to live.

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    1. Hello Joanna,
      Thank you for visiting and whenever you are on my island please drop by for a visit.

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    1. I will have some rooted cuttings soon. I will put it on FB

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  6. I thought I would have you practice your French.
    Vous jardinez aux Barbades, je jardine au Canada. Ce sont deux mondes complètement différents! Nous avons quand même quelques plantes en commun.

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    1. Merci beaucoup Alain,

      Oui nous sommes deux mondes différents mais nous avons quelque mèmes plantes. J'adore les plantes chez vous, les plantes qui n'aime pas le chaleur ici.
      Salut !

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  7. Your garden is looking lovely. It is so nice to see all of your tropical flowers and fruits.

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    1. Hey Nick,

      Thank you, this is my favorite time of year.

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