The similarly so Grevillea x gaudichaudii.
I appreciate the teeny tiny blooms of Mahonia gracilipes leaning over the Agave ovatifolia so I have a nice background to photograph them against.
Schizostylis coccinea or Hesperantha coccinea
My annual bougainvillea had paused it's bloom show, I wish I knew why. The important thing however is that it's starting up again.
It's time many in the Aralia family are forming their not so florific blooms, blooms the pollinators love. Schefflera brevipedunculata.
And Metapanax delavayi...
This yellow canna is a NOID, picked up on sale at the everything store.
Ditto for this one, although its simple, small flowers are a nice change.
A new combination I'm loving, Passiflora 'Snow Queen' with a variegated cryptanthus.
Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet'
Hibiscus syriacus 'Red Heart'
This NOID echeveria has not stopped blooming all summer.
This little cutie was given to me as a cutting when I visited Dustin Gimbel's garden last December. Of course it wasn't blooming then.
I asked about the name and he thought it might be Kalanchoe pendans, I can't find it under that...anyone able to make an educated guess?
Paris polyphylla 'Heronswood Form'
Clematis repens 'Bells of Emei Shan'
There are lots of bromeliads blooming in the garden right now. I did a post on them last week, but will repeat the one I bought as Nidularium procerum cv. Stripes here.
Finally, we wrap with this silly grafted moon cactus that pushes out bloom after bloom. They take forever to open, but are pretty spectacular when they finally do. I'll try to capture and share the moment. In the mean time, check out the posts from other Bloomday bloggers over on May Dreams Gardens...I'll link up tomorrow, the 15th, when she goes live.
Weather Diary, Aug 13: Hi 78, Low 54/ Precip 0
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