... watermelon pink and ...
... deep red. More and more flowers will appear in the coming weeks, right on through the coming Winter.
Apart from these first-for-the-year Powderpuff blooms, there's no difference between what I'm sharing today and what I've shared over the last several weeks.
Crotons are blooming.
Thunbergia erecta 'Tru Blu' has lots of gorgeous flowers.
The Pennisetum advena 'Rubrum' continues to bloom.
The Hibiscus rosa-sinensis shows new flower buds every day.
The Polygala is still covered in its perculiar shaped blooms.
There are tiny little white flowers on many of the Rhoeo spathacea or Moses-in-a-Cradle plants.
There are a few more Cosmos popping up here and there down the driveway.
My favourite double white Impatiens walleriana is still blooming profusely.
The days have been a little cooler this week, highs of only around 28-29 deg C. with a corresponding drop in humidity levels, sometimes down to even 50% in the middle of the day. Our lovely Autumn days have arrived at last ... a little late, but very, very welcome.
I'm joining Tootsie for Fertilizer Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers
and Nix for Floral Friday Fotos