Blue waterlily is the most frequent bloomer of all water plants! It's like they are blooming everyday.
One of the very few times I get to take a photo of a crinum lily without any wilting flowers since they usually wilt during the afternoon the next day.
Don't mind those rotten buds, they got drenched in heavy rain. Still, these are pretty and smell heavenly especially at night. I think its called 'sedap malam' here, which means night fragrant flower. The scientific name is Polianthes tuberosa.
Adenium is making a comeback after being ravaged by spider mites ( curse those pesky pests!)
I can see many rain lily buds popping out of the ground after the heavy rain the past few days.
Turnera subulata, a morning bloomer with flowers that fade in the afternoon, so I've never seen it bloom since school ends at 2.00 pm. I took a cutting from my neighbour's bush and I can't wait for this to turn into a bush too.
Dianthus is blooming their heads off. The weak stems can't support the heads.... Oh well..
Stephanie's hibiscus seeds have grown into this! Can't wait to see the blooms.
Roses are on a flowering spree after I shifted them to my hot balcony. You can see the many developing buds. They love sunlight after all! I can't deadhead these in time!
Can't wait to see them all bloom!
Wrightia was dying when I abused pesticide on it but has recovered and is putting a show of cute fragrant blooms.
The next generation of sunflowers have germinated! This is my second generation, can't wait for them to flower already and plant the third generation!