Yep ... nothing new around here ... I hear him say! Ah well ... I thought I would make the effort anyway.
It's our mid-Winter month, and boy has it been a very mild winter of late. We've had daytime temps that have been climbing to the higher 20s ... 26 and 27 deg C (78 - 80 F), and even our night-time temps have been up between 16 to 19 deg C (60 - 66 F). The jumpers and winter PJs have remained in the cupboard and drawers, and we were even tempted to put the fans on last night! Not that I'm complaining, as it's been quite comfortable and enjoyable weather.
We woken up to some overcast days lately, and have had some very, very light showers in the last week or so. Unfortunately none of it has actually penetrated the soil here, but it's freshened things up a little.
Out in the courtyard garden, the same old things are blooming.
Rosebud Pelargonium and Plectranthus 'Mona Lavender'
Angelonia augustifolia and Salvia splendens
double white Impatiens walleriana
Out in the shadehouse garden, the Impatiens walleriana are always on show.
Out in the driveway garden beds you will see ...
and Turnera ulmifolia.
The more recent additions to the blooming parade have been ...
dwarf pink Euphoriba pulcherrima
and Begonia 'Tiger Paws'
I'm joining Tootsie for Fertilizer Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers
Denise for Today's Flowers
and Nix for Floral Friday Fotos