June 20, 2012

Crinums in the Morning

Last evening I blogged about Crinum jagus which was just opening in late evening. This morning the blooms are wide open, still fragrant.

Still fragrant, the blooms will last all day. There are buds for another day.


Cold light of day reveals crape myrtles in two colors in the background.

… and a last look at Daturas light and dark, single and double, open and buds.

I'm joining the Party atTootsie Time where we are all flaunting our flowers.

5 comments:

Alison said...

So pretty! I love lilies of all kinds. I bet they smell wonderful!

Tootsie said...

OOOOHHHH!!!! how pretty is this post!!!

thanks for linking in this week!!! I am sharing this on the Tootsie Time facebook page!

Until next time….Happy Gardening!


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Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

What a gorgeous and unique flower. I take it that it's a lilly. Beautiful!

Daricia, A Charlotte Garden said...

white is so pristine in the garden-- usually fragrant, nice by moonlight. i can see why people love white gardens...just wish i had the discipline to not add every color i come across! pretty, pretty your white flowers.

Athena at Minervas Garden said...

What lovely flowers! Crinum is a new plant for me--I don't think I've seen them before, so this was a great introduction to them--thank you.

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