Thursday, January 15, 2009

GBBD January 2009

The first Gardeners' Blog Bloom Day of 2009 finds the DragonFly garden with many new blooms. Here are some for your enjoyment.
Moss Rose

Bolivian sunset

Impatiens everywhere

Golden shrimp

Orange bougainvilleas

Red hot Brazilian

Kalanchoe
Christmas cactus--blooming a little late but better late than never!

7 comments:

Meems said...

Great tropical blooms, Rusty. Don't you love how the bougainvilleas are spilling over 'the world' right now... so many colors and profuse blooms. Do your impatiens re-seed themselves like crazy like they do around here?

We're dropping temps tonight/tomorrow night but should just escape the freezing temps in my shady micro-climate... still remains to be seen.
Meems

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Wow! Beautiful! And I am just so jealous.My blooms are all white.

joey said...

A colorful feast for winter-white eyes :)

MNGarden said...

Rusty,
The Christmas cactus is such a lovely color.
Donna

jodi said...

These are particularly lovely, Rusty, in light of the fact that it's below zero here! So nothing is blooming except frost flowers!

My Little Family: said...

Wow, I am impressed.

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Wow, that burst of colour on your blog certainly warms the cockles of your heart. Here it's mainly cold and grey and blooms are very few and far between after that heavy frost.