Over at Miss Glenda's Tootsie Time Blog
which means it time to show off what cha got blooming ... so here we go !
My new favorite Ruellia elegans this plant has not stopped blooming or growing
there is still a few daylilies blooming
Ruellia elegans again ...
Hidalgo Sage ? I think I was told when I bought this plant that it was Hildalgo Sage
but from the little bit of info I can find I don't think so.
The leaves are big and really pretty with some hot pink in the veining and stems.
The flower is not much to look at but fun to watch open.
The hibiscus are still showing off.
all that's left of the daylilies in the back beds.. boohoo I hate to see them finish up for the season.
Ruellia elegans again and again and again ..love it !
Split Second Morning Glory
The Miss April Cockscomb that's not really the name of it but it is what I named the pink one because my girlfriend April and I were at a yard sale years ago and the home had the most beautiful Cockscombs I had ever seen. They get huge in height and the flower gets as wide as my hand .. I of course wanted some but wouldn't ask not Miss April she marched right up to the gentleman and started talking before I knew she had a bag full so in honor of my very special fearless girlfriend this will always be the Miss April.. as for the white ones I have no idea where they came from. I did not plant them nor have I ever even seen white ones but I can tell ya I'm loving them and will be saving every seed.. I will share more pictures of these they still have a lot of growing yet to do..
Swamp Hibiscus these things are about 7 ft tall I have got to move them before next spring .
That's it for this Friday Ya'll Come join the PARTY
Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday weekend be safe...
Hugs from Savannah ya'll, Cherry