The buds of my ixora plant, waiting to bloom in splendor.
The flowers of a nepenthes, proof that my nepenthes are currently under stress.
My multicoloured rose has finally decided to bloom again, with more fresh red shoots coming up.
Some fungi growing on the shelf where I placed my roses. The heavy rains must have been perfect for them.
The hardy, vigorous grass orchids never fails to flower.
These hardy angelonias are a constant bloomer in the garden.
The bud of my white hibiscus, the most vigorous hibiscus in my garden.
Surprisingly, the Venus Flytrap has been quite easy to care for although it's not native here. While the native Nepenthes are sulking and producing stress-induced flowers, the Venus Flytrap are growing at a rapid and encouraging rate.