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Bloom Day September 15th

Firebush Hamelia patens is a volunteer that is growing in the corner of backyard. Hummingbirds love this plant.

Lantana ‘Dallas Red’ is my new favorite Lantana. Is just started another round of blooms.


Jatropha integerrima These pretty red flowers are delicate against the dark green foliage of this tropical plant.


Nymphae ‘Midnight’ is one of my favorite tropical water lilies, now blooming in my new stock tank pond.


Rubeckia , the Black-eyed Susan is a great summer bloomer on my patio in a container.

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.

10 thoughts on “Bloom Day September 15th”

  1. Beautiful macros, this Bloom Day Tuesday. It doesn’t look as if fall is near your garden, at all. We’re seeing subtle signs, in a climate somewhat like yours.

    1. Thank you! Temperatures are still in the upper 80’s everyday and now we have some much needed rain. My garden is starting to bloom all over again.

  2. Hi Jackie,
    Very, very pretty blooms, love the water lily. I think that Lantana is fabulous also.

  3. Excellent images!! I just planted a Hamelia 2 days ago. Haven’t seen the Dallas red Lantana down here yet and the Water Lily is killer.

    1. Thank you. I love that Rudbeckia. I plan to save the seeds for it for a bed in the front near the mailbox.

    1. Dallas Red is my new favorite. I went back to nursery to buy more and they were gone. I saw some at Home Depot this past weekend here in Houston and plan to pick up more one.

  4. I totally missed out on Bloom Day! Oy! But I sure loved looking at delights growing in your garden! I loved the water lily. It almost looks like it has a lightbulb in the center! A striking picture! Happy bloom day.

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