MY FLOWERS, MY GARDEN

Top Left: Brazilian Red Cloak 

It’s a fast growing evergreen flowering shrub for tropical or sub-tropical gardens. Mine is flowering profusely at the moment. It flowers from December through until about June or July. It has gorgeous red flowers, big green leaves which are beautiful too. It grows to about 3 metre high.

Centre: Bromeliads

The first of the two is in flower. It’s such a bright, vibrant colour. Bromeliads are easy to grow. Many have patterned leaves, such as the second photo with pink flecks on the green and cream leaves.

Centre Right:

Impatiens. I grow most of mine in pots to cope with the heavy rain we get during summer in my sub-tropical garden, otherwise they could rot in the ground.

Bottom:

A Croton. Crotons do flower but the flowers are insignificant. The shrub is all about the coloured leaves. They develop their best colours in bright light.

2 thoughts on “MY FLOWERS, MY GARDEN

  1. Very interesting Ellen, although on my tablet, the photos come up one after the other, so you might have wasted your time going from left to right etc, another way of doing it perhaps, is in single file and explaining what they are underneath each photo.

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