In the courtyard, I'm very pleased to finally see the bracts and flowers of this dwarf variegated Bougainvillea.
It has done nothing for nearly a year now, other than sit quite happily in a huge container under an Aralia. It's the slowest growing plant I think I've ever had. But, despite being quite short and stunted, this climber is showing its first bracts. They start off as white, then they develop a pink tinge around the edges. The flowers are in the middle and remain closed today.
My great survivor, a Pelargonium from the 'Caliente' series (again I don't know the specific varietal name) is still throwing up lovely flower sprays.
The winter-blooming Rhododendron simsii or Azalea indica is gradually showing more and more blooms.
In the shadehouse, my white Impatiens hawkeri is finally blooming again.
There's also always Pentas blooms somewhere to be seen.
Finally, a shot of my favourite Torenia fournieri.
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