🌼 Yellow Delights 🌼

Sunday, February 14, 2021

Yellow blooms are delightful additions to any garden. They come in different shades. Some are bright, some pale.

While they may make you think of the sun in the sky, you will certainly associate the flower below to lemon. Its delicate paper-thin pale yellow petals can look really bright once the sun is up, earning the common name, lemon ginger.


The perky flower will surey put a smile on our faces. Only thing is that it doesn't bloom many, just one to several at a time.


Have you come across a four o'clock before? The flowers are night beauties. They open from evening to late morning the next day and smell heavenly as well :D


Hibiscuses have amazing colours and they open throughout the day. The yellow one that I have has a pink eye but its vibrant petals fade fast under the blazing hot sun. If the day is really hot, the colour can turn quite pale by late afternoon.


In the porch, the flower of my episcia opens to a creamy yellow bloom. It looks pretty cool against its dark foliage :).


The flowers of my firecracker plant although in pale yellow, looks like firecrackers as the name suggests due to their shape which is tubular and hanging downwards in clusters...


Almost every day it is sunny and hot here, hope the weather is more moderate where you live.

Enjoy the day!

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5 comments

  1. Having yellow flowers can be color accent among greeneries. We are thinking to have some Allamanda cathartica in our garden roof. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Hi, Labijo,

      That is one floriferous climber, A. cathartica. The blooms will definitely make your roof garden bright and cheery :D

      Glad you stopped by!

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  2. Wow ! Loved the little yellow blooms ...Yellow lemon ginger Flower is new to me completely. It would be my pleasure if you join my link up party related to Gardening here at http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2021/02/garden-affair-edible-flowers.html

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    1. Oh yes, ok I will join the party. This lemon ginger might just flower more in your garden. Hope you will find one to grow one day :).

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  3. Thanks Steph for joining in Garden Affair.

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