Out in the courtyard,
A couple of the lovely Neoregelias I was sent by a kind friend, are showing blooms in their cups.
This Costus productus, that began life as bits trimmed off the original plant which were then literally shoved into a pot, is blooming beautifully. Each stalk of this ornamental ginger produces an orange 'cone', which then produces a succession of red orangey flowers.
One of the latest of my potted Liliums to bloom is this gorgeous Asiatic Lilium 'Double Elodie'.
This Lily has a double layer of soft pink petals that are decorated by lovely little spots. They really are the prettiest things.
There's another pretty in pink Asiatic Matisse Lilium blooming at the moment too.
Then there are the bright, brilliant Asiatic Matisse Lilium known as 'Kentucky'. You can't miss it!
The gorgeous frilly Petunias continue their show.
The Pelargonium peltatum is throwing out lots of flower sprays.
The beautiful pass-along Water Lily I got a few weeks back, has flourished in the pond. I'm totally smitten with it magnificent flowers.
Out in the front tiered garden beds,
the Justicia brandegeana is on show,
the Dietes bicolor continues to bloom and
the first Hemerocallis buds are appearing. The Daylily parade is about to begin.
I'm joining Tootsie for Fertilizer Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers
and Tina for Weekend Flowers
I'm also joining Today's Flowers