Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Why I do this..........

If the plants bloom or make fruit, then it is all the better: 
Here are a few flowers  blooming their hearts out today.
This gorgeous brugmansia suavoleans blooms in the fall. It is normally still blooming when we get our first frost.

This gorgeous beauty is Confederate rose hibiscus. Aka Hibiscus Mutabilis.
It normally begins blooming in October and will continue until the first killing frost which here is sometimes not until January.

Meet Charles Grimaldi, another gorgeous brugmansia. It too likes to bloom in the fall after a long hot summer these breathtakingly beautiful flowers are not only pretty but smell fabulous.
Hope your fall is beautiful!


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