I've had a few days break from blogging ... I've been enjoying time with my grandchildren ... oh and my children! They always complain my visits are never about them!!! Anyway, I've made it back just in time for another Flower Flaunt. To see many other great Friday Flower Flaunt posts, make sure you visit Tootsie's
Fertiliser Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers
Right now it's the start of our mid-winter month - yes it really is Winter in July here - and this is the time of year that both my Tabebuia impetiginosa and Bauhinia variegata are beginning to bloom. They will both lose most of their leaves as the Winter progresses and be left with bare branches covered in fabulous blooms.
Here's the Tabebuia impetiginosa ... the Dwarf Pink Trumpet Tree ...
Others in bloom include Bractenatha bracteata - Everlasting of Straw Daisies, Scutellaria suffrutescens - Pink Texas Skullcap, Ivy-leaved Pelargoniums, Angelonia and Dahlia.
Then there is of course my fabulous Winter bloomers ... Euphorbia pulcherrima - Poinsettias.
Finally, there is my stunning Euphorbia leucocephala - the Snowflake Bush. I simply love the splash of white this adds to my Courtyard Garden at this time of year.