Sunday, September 15, 2019

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day, September 2019

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day and All Seasons
The 15th of each month is Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day

The northeast corner of Mississippi, USA zone 7b
The first two weeks of September have been hot and dry. Today's forecast: 95F (35C)

Crape Myrtle tree

Encore Azalea 'Autumn Royalty'

Butterfly Bush, Buddleia



Rose 'Iceberg'

Turk's Cap, Malvaviscus arboreus

Cypress Vine, Ipomoea quamoclit

Red Spider Lilies, Lycoris radiata

Asiatic Dayflower, Commelina communis

Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

To see what's blooming all around the world, visit May Dreams Gardens: Click Here!

For an interesting variety of photos, visit All Seasons: Click Here!

NOTE: Please do not use my photos without my permission.


  1. ...beautiful, the last three are new to me.

  2. Almost all the flowers were in the same color family. And I've never heard of twice blooming azaleas.

  3. I hear about your heat often. My son lived in the northeastern part of Alabama so I am sure it is about the same. It's been around 80 here in Va. the last couple days. Nice. Maybe your temp will change soon. Hope so.

  4. wow...all gorgeous blooms!!! the phlox, drenched in light is especially beautiful!!

  5. You have some wonderful flowers there. That 'Iceberg' rose is very cooling!

  6. So beautiful, and a few of them I'd never seen before!

  7. So much pink! It's my favorite garden color. And crepe myrtle. Thank you for making my day.

  8. Such beauty! Gorgeous colours! I’ve never seen myrtle before.

  9. Your September garden is in the pink, Lea. Great sky shot. P.x

  10. You have so many blooms! The heat and lack of rain hasn't stopped your garden from showing off! I am impressed.

  11. I love the red Lycoris, Lea. I grow another species of Lycoris but it''s not nearly as pretty as Lycoris radiata. I'm hoping to add some of those bulbs - and a crape myrtle - to my garden one day.

  12. Pretty blooms...surprise lily or Lycoris radiata is tough to get into bloom in my region..crape myrtle are such enormous bloomers and boon for every gardener in hot region..Happy bloggers blooms day.

  13. Wow, gorgeous variety of flowers. I like the Spider Lilies. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week ahead!

  14. Pink it is---mostly.
    Wow hot there. Just nice here---rain at night mid 60s during the day. Perfect

  15. These are all so them.

  16. Such pretty flowers! I like seeing the bee too.

  17. Lea, thank you for stopping by my corner of Katy! You've got some beautiful blooms despite the heat and drought! I used to have Lycoris radiata but they have disappeared on me. I must get more!

  18. Wow Lea, you are the woman with secrets! Had no idea about your photographic skills coming out with these beautiful and gorgeous flowers! I was reading the hot weather you had. Here it's mixed, the first week it was in the nineties, but the second week it dropped all the way down to the sixties. Am answering this with my winter clothes, socks and house shoes on! Many thanks for this surprise for All Seasons, and have a beautiful Autumn week!


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