This Heliconia is certainly the star of the month. When the slim flower bud initially formed on the plant, I did not expect it could look so spectacular when it fully opens.
This Hawaii Ti has been showing the bright pink color this month. A plant with pretty foliage is always welcome in my garden!
I planted three Red Salvias in front of a white Angelonia angustifolia in the full sun area. The color combination made me think this would be a good Christmas color scheme. What do you think?
This might be the last flower of this Plumeria. The leaves have started turning to yellow and falling. Soon, they will go to the dormant stage, and wait for the next year to show its beauty again.
May I show you one more time of my ground orchids (Spathoglottis)? The flowers have been standing since August, and I have the feeling that they may also soon fade away.
I bought six snapdragons in the terrible condition for 25 cents each from a big box store's clearance rack. The leaves were all drooping and I could not tell what colors they are. Now two of them are rewarding me with their velvet purple/red flowers. I always feel excited when I am able to nurture some plants from near-death to the life.
Even these double impatiens are small, but with lots of them blooming, they are surely brighten my shady corner of the garden.
Datura metel (Devil's trumpet) was attacked by tomato hornworms back in August and lost all its leaves. Now they not only survived, they have been blooming prolifically for quite some time. Wanted to include it into this month's favorite in case any cold weather kills it for good.
This is the month that my pink Angel's Trumpet's(Brugmansia) first opened its flowers. They look gorgeous in any angle.
Without any doubt, these two early arrivals of Amaryllis are my favorites of the month!
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving Day, and a great weekend ahead!