Your weather may still be uncomfortably hot, MDN, but your flowers, especially the water lilies, don't seem to mind. Is that Amaryllis belladonna in the 4th photo? I'm still trying to get mine to bloom here but at least they produced healthy foliage this year.
Hello Kris! It's still horribly hot that's why I made this wordless post, I don't want to bore my readers with my complains about heat. Yes, it's an Amaryllis belladona, I used to have many of them but gave most of them away to friends and neighbors, they are mysterious plants: some years lots of them bloom and other years only few bulbs do it, I don't understand why, this year only the one in the picture bloomed. The water lilies love the heat, the hotter the better for them.
Olá MDN, as tuas imagens estão lindas.Como é o nome dessa flor que dá na água? me esqueci k.Faz tempo que não a vejo ... tenho no jardim mas não essa.Hibisco requer muita água os meus não estão bonitos.Amei essa cor...Agradeço pela visita lá na casa posts uma vez ao mês.Continuação de boa semana.janicce.
Janicce bienvenida una vez más! las flores de agua son Nenúfares. Saludos!
What a treat to see your water lilies once again MDN. I particularly love the dark blue one. Kisses
Nadezda, the blue water lily is called Lindsey Woods, a very reliable bloomer,sometimes it continues blooming through the winter.
So beautiful. Sorry about the heat but your plants seem to love it!
Yes, the only plants that resent heat in my garden are the roses.. precisely my most beloved plants!
So lovely - each and every one of them! And that blue-purple 'Lindsey Woods' in particular! :) I saw your earlier post about finding the David Austin roses. So happy you could get some at last, and I hope they will grow well for you!!
Amy, the David Austin roses are doing very well, I can't believe it! they are leafing out and growing buds faster than any of my other roses ¿are they always so vigorous? I hope to find more DA roses soon!
In my limited experience they are quite vigorous! Here, the large shrubs do not repeat as easily as hybrid teas, but I think this is simply because they are much more substantial plants. :) Once they have started, they are very energetic!