Out in the garden my other Schlumbergera or Zygocactus has bloomed,
and is showing its gorgeous peachy-pink coloured flowers.
My Clerodendrum ugandense is throwing out flower sprays once more.
The wallabies have begun feasting on the leaves and flowers of one of my Hibiscus schizopetalus, which is something new. They've never done that before in the twelve years we've lived here. It's very disappointing to come home and find the tall arching branches pulled down to the ground and totally stripped! Thank goodness they haven't found the other shrub .... yet!
The Azaleas have started blooming again,
and this wonderful Celosia always catches my eye out in the courtyard.
I thought I'd share a few photos of the Rose Garden I help to tend at my school. All the shrubs were cut right back at the end of April, and are well on their way to their showiest time of the year. They really look fabulous during our Sprintime, but the show at the moment is pretty lovely too.
I'm joining Tootsie for Fertilizer Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers
and Nix for Floral Friday Fotos