Let's see what's blooming around the place at the moment.
There are finally some blooms appearing on my newly planted Pelargoniums.
There are still just a couple of pretty pink flowers bursting forth on the dwarf Azalea in the front garden bed.
My other Schlumbergera is about to start blooming. I love the apricot colour of its flowers.
The two potted Azaleas out in the courtyard are getting ready for a late Winter show.
My Angelonias bloom pretty much all year round, but look far better during our winter months.
The hanging pots of Streptocarpus also bloom pretty much all year round. They're looking great at the moment.
The Impatiens walleriana that grows in the shelter and protection of my shadehouse are showing their sweet faces. They are another all-year-round bloomer here.
The spikes of the Celosia argentea look fantastic.
The first colourful bracts and tiny flowers are appearing on my dwarf pink Euphorbia pulcherrima or Poinsettia at long last. They're a little later than usual, but most welcome. They are a bright spot in winter gardens up here.
I always marvel at the colours of the newly opened bracts and the size of those tiny flowers in the middle.
The two Adenium obesum or Desert Roses have also started another blooming cycle for the year.
For some strange reason, there is still a flower spray opening on the winter deciduous Plumeria rubra. I'm not used to seeing flowers on this tree when it's dropped almost all of its leaves and looking rather naked.
Hmmm, I've just noticed how much pink and purple is about during the wintertime here. I'm detecting a bit of a theme.
Anyway, I'm just a day late but I'm joining Tootsie for her meme Fertilizer Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers
I'm also joining Today's Flowers