Sunday, March 7, 2010

Today's Flowers; Jazzy blues;

Dichorisandra thyrsiflora also commonly known as blue ginger.



Thunbergia ( I am not sure which one)


Peruvian Morning glory;

Pictures are from my archive, but these are now flowering in my garden.







14 comments:

Arija said...

I so love blues in the garden and yours are just lovely.

How are you faring? I hope your garden was not drowned by the rain bearing system that has been flooding so much of Q'land, N.S.W. and hammering Melbourne.

Naturegirl said...

I adore blue flowers in the garden! Love these that you share!

JJ said...

Yes. More blue flowers please.
So pretty.

Japa said...

Pretty flowers.

Judy said...

Beautiful blue flowers! We do not have many blues here, so yours are double welcome!

Johnny Nutcase said...

these are really pretty! i like the purple color, nice photos!

vincibene said...

Wunderschöne blaue Blüten! Bei uns liegt noch Schnee............

Lizete Vicari said...

Lindas escolhas!
Amo estas cores!
Um beijo!

Stephanie said...

Titania, the blue ginger blooms are pretty. I have not seen this kind before. Also I hope the plant will give you some ginger too :-D

I love to have some blue flowers in my garden. Blue flowers are unique.

Gill - That British Woman said...

those are super blues...I love morning glories.....

Gill in Canada

Kathy said...

Thanks for this lovely blue series!

Carletta said...

Your jazzy blues are quite pretty!
Love how lush the blooms look in that last shot. :)

Stine in Ontario said...

Lovely blue flowers, all three!

You asked me if the butterfly weed is an annual. No, a perennial, Plus it readily reseeds, which for me is a welcomed thing.

Kilauea Poetry said...

I came by here the other day but left to do a search..(no luck). Anyway, the thunbergia is a vine (one of which I'm having trouble with the leaves now)..I have to pick up some sulfur (as if we don't have enough here) lol. Now that purple one in the middle (a couple we know gave us as a border)...it does well but to me they don't get that tall. Maybe the ground is to shallow here? All very pretty flowers!!