We've had rain falling softly from the grey sky overnight and most of this morning. It's still very grey and gloomy outside, so there's probably more on the way. We don't usually get much rain at this time of year, as we're now into our long dry season, but I remember something similar happening last year so perhaps we really are starting to see some major changes in our weather patterns.
As I wandered around the garden this morning taking a few photos, everything was splashed with raindrops.
Ixora 'Twilight Glow' with Turnera ulmifolia in the background
double white Impatiens walleriana
Cleome spinosa 'Senorita Rosalita' and Salvia splendens 'Dusky Hues'
It's great to see the first blooms appearing on some of the potted annuals out in the courtyard.
Cockscomb 'Coral Garden'
Marigold 'Safari Scarlet'
I'm joining Tootsie for Fertilizer Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers
Floral Friday Fotos
Tina for Weekend Flowers
and Today's Flowers