Most spectacular could go to this Begonia.
Most unusual could be this White Shrimp Plant, Justicia betonica in front of
Red Pentas, Purple Alternanthera and Agapanthus heads.
First bloom on a 2-year Pride of Barbados,
visited by a Cloudless Sulphur butterfly.
Spicebush Swallowtail nectars of Caesalpinia, clouds gathering in the background.
The bottle tree is coming down soon.
A bee shows off Esperanza in the same area.
White Dawn is putting on more buds in Upper Garden.
Rebloom on Kniphofia, Julia Child rose is blooming again;
Gulf Fritillary on Duranta, red Porterweed.
Brugmansia, White Datura
Purple Datura bud, Purple Datura seed pod.
Bottom leaves tend to fall off the stems when it gets dry.
The shorter Daturas hide bare ankles of Brumansia.
Sampler: Crape Myrtle, Purple Heart, Melampodium, Periwinkles, Duranta, Tithonia.
Have a bodacious, flower-filled Bloom Day.
Don't forget to thank Carol for hosting this event every month after you post your site.