Finally, there's a bloom on one of my Hibiscus schizopetalus shrubs, which were both almost slaughtered during the pergola repair work not long ago.
Mussaenda philippica 'Bangkok Rose' is almost at the end of this blooming cycle.
Ixora 'Raywards Pink' is showing off its dusty pink flowers.
My dwarf Allamanda, Allamanda cathartica 'Sunee' is still covered in bright golden blooms.
Pseudomussaenda flava, known as White Wings, is showing its white bracts and yellow flowers.
Pentas lanceolatas are year-round bloomers here, so I'm lucky enough to see these gorgeous flowerheads all the time.
My favourite is this red Pentas with the variegated leaves.
Now here's my favourite Mussaenda. This is Mussaenda philippica 'Aurore' with its stunning white bracts and teensy tiny orangey-yellow flowers.
Ixora coccinea is showing off blooms again, after being cut back drastically during the pergola repair work.
I've been missing its showy red flowers.
These Portulacas are adding a brilliant touch of colour to the rock garden bed.
Across the way from the Portulacas, these Cosmos sulphureus add brilliant splashes of sunshine to the place.
There's only a very few Delonix regia or Poinciana blooms left on all the Poinciana trees at the moment. You have to look way up high to catch a glimpse of them.
Did you hear that? Yep, I sure did. It's the sound of rolling thunder just behind the hills. It looks like we'll be getting a bit of a tropical thunderstorm this evening. Fingers crossed we get some rain to cool things down a bit!
I'm joining Fertilizer Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers over at Tootsie's blog. Do pop over and join in the fun.
I'm also joining Tina's Weekend Flowers