Blooming now are the tiny flowers of the Gold vein eranthemum. The botanical name of this plant is Pseuderanthemum reticulatam. The flowers aren’t as eye-catching as the foliage. It’s a shrub that needs to be trimmed every year and I’m sure it looks its best at this time of the year. See the patterns on the bright yellow leaves. No wonder it’s also known as the Golden Net bush.
The tender leaves literally drip gold!
Pink blooms have lit up my life this year!:)
Lemonia/Ravenia spectabilis growing next to rain lilies. I got the plant from a nursery nearby. Looking up online I learnt that lemonia is a shrub that grows to more than three ft. tall. And that these dark pink flowers attract butterflies. What more do I need to kn♥w?
As light as a
feather skipper! The last of the rain lilies to bloom. The white ones started blooming in June. These pink ones followed and a few are still putting up a show.
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Have a great Sunday!