It has been a quite toasty warm Springtime for us so far, so it looks like a very hot, very long summer is on the way. Of course that means the rains should be just around the corner now, and not far off ... maybe another month or so to go. The garden will be oh so grateful when decent rain soaks the ground.
At the moment, it's Lily time with some of my Asiatic and Oriental Lilies in bloom.
I can't list the names of these beauties as they came in a mixed pack.
One of my new Hemerocallis really caught my eye this week. It was a bonus bulb thrown in with my order because the nursery couldn't supply one particular variety that I wanted. I've never been interested in ordering a spider Daylily before, but I can see that this one might change my mind.
This bulb arrived without a label, but I think it's Hemerocallis 'World Class Oddity'. Such a fabulous name!
The Brunfelsia, or Yesterday, Today, Tommorrow shrub, is putting on a great show at the moment, and the perfume is simply divine.
My Indian Rope Hoya blooms have finally opened. You can see why one of the common names for these plants is Porcelain Flower. They look like they're made of fine porcelain or fondant icing.
I'm joining Tootsie for her Fertilizer Friday / Flaunt Your Flowers meme,