Wednesday, December 12, 2012

What’s blooming now

Here it is almost the middle of December, and it’s very warm and humid down here in s.e. FL. It doesn’t feel like Christmas at all.

My gardens were neglected the past 4 months, but things have a way of surviving and that makes me thankful.



Bougainvillea and Louis Philippe roses



Shrimp plant


Garlic vine flowers. These are just about all gone now. They were a wonderful showing while they lasted. I like how they fade out in color.







Louis Philippe


Climbing Maman cochet bud.


Happy Holiday planning and doing.

FlowerLady Lorraine


Nancy J said...

You are thankful for so much Lorraine,your garden will give you so much delight,the flowers continue to bloom,bright colours to heal your heart. Greetings from Jean

lemonverbenalady said...

Beautiful flowers live on for you and in your dear husband's memory, FL! Sending you positive energy from the balmy north (without snow!) xxoo Nancy

Lulu said...

such beautiful pictures

Annie said...

Your flowers are stunning, and show gods glory

denimflyz said...

Stunning photos FL.
Its 50* here, no snow or rain, maybe Friday or Saturday?
Hugs to you my friend.

Lynn said...

Lovely garden as always no matter the season.

Susan said...

It's been a bit too humid here as well but we are finally getting a little bit of rain. Your flowers look lovely.

Sunray Gardens said...

Lovely blooms for you to look at now. Something cheerful.
Cher Sunray Gardens

sharon said...

Loraine I see you can still see the beauty...thinking every day of you Keep giving it is your gift...

~Gardener on Sherlock Street said...

What beautiful flowers you are enjoying.

Loved the picture in my mind of you dancing around while working in your last post. Sounds like it was good for you!

Does the cat dance?

Vetsy said...

So pretty! I love the colors!

sweetbay said...

I love the combination of Louis Phillippe and bougainvillea! And the garlic vine flowers are beautiful!