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Bloom Day: November 15th

Happy Bloom Day.

Air Plant Tillandsia blooming after the October rains.


The heavenly scent of this butterfly ginger Hedychium coronarium.


Lantana “Dallas Red” Lantana camara


Firebush Hamelia patens


Intoxicating Night Blooming Jessamine Cestrum nocturnum – while the blooms are insignificant, the evening fragrance travels through the garden.


Pineapple Sage Salvia elegans


Happy Bloom Day! Bloom Day is celebrated on the 15th of each month. Curious about what’s blooming in other gardens around the world today? Visit May Dreams Gardens to find out.

2 thoughts on “Bloom Day: November 15th”

  1. Hi Jackie,
    I want to be in your zone, but I’m not, so I’ll just enjoy your lovely blooms there. I love your pineapple sage. Mine only got a few blooms before the frost got it.

  2. Us cold climate folks will live vicariously through you warm climate folks for the winter. I know it will help get through the long wait until spring. I don’t have anything for blooms day unless people want to see bare trees and brown or cut down flowers. Oh well, at least we have pretty snow storms. Have a great day. Your flowers and garden look great!

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