Anemone is pretty from behind too.
Flaming Sword Bromeliad in Conservatory
Anemone with bee
Bird of Paradise in the Conservatory
Clerodendrun thomsoniae ‘Variegata’. Common name is Bleeding Heart Vine.
Floribunda Rosa 'Julia Child'
Mosaic Flower in the Conservatory pool
Victoria amazonica in the Conservatory pool
White & yellow blossoms in a sea of green.
Hybrid Tea Rose 'Double Delight'
Mandevilla Sanderi 'Sun PARASOL Crimson'
Floribunda Rosa 'Grimaldi'
Anemone are blooming all over the Garden now
Shrub rose 'Mary Rose'
Shrub Rose 'Mary Rose'
A skipper enjoying some nectar
A skipper feeding on a bloom in the West Island Garden.
Love these -- remind me of fusia fireworks!
Water canna or Thalia dealbata in the West Island Garden
Copperleaf plant in triangle bed near Fountain Garden-Acalypha wilkesiana 'Bourbon Street'
Glory Bush in Conservatory near cottage-Tibouchina grandifolia
Anthurium 'Sarah' in Conservatory
Voodoo lily on the Wildside Walk-Sauromatum venosum
Cosmos and angel trumpet in the Children's Garden
'Wild Blue Yonder' rose looking good in the Rose Garden
Begonia 'Escargot' or Rex begonia in Conservatory
Echeveria 'Ruffles' in Conservatory
Red Cedar with new growth-Streb Garden-Juniperus rigida 'Hikari'
Rain Lilies are blooming! Zephyranthes ‘Labuffarosea’ also known as Rain Lily, Fairy Lily & Zephyr Lily only bloom after a rain. Each year, the just seem to appear out of nowhere, when you least expect them. Almost like fairies (if you believe in them.)
Monarda didyma 'Jacob Cline'
Iris domestica (blackberry lily, leopard flower, leopard lily
Blue water plant in the pool outside the Conservatory
Bud of the Datura or angel trumpet
The elephant ears just keep getting bigger and bigger
Gardenia Augusta 'Chinese Single'
German garlic allium senescens montianum
I love these leggy, purple wildflowers -- and the skipper butterflies love them too!
Hibiscus, near Bloemendaal near the Children's Garden path.
Job's Tears; (Coix lacryma-jobi),
Luffa blossom. Yes, this is the bloom of the plant your scrub with in the shower! Also known as loofah, or lufah. In India, they eat the 'fruit,' which resembles a cucumber, before it turns into the fibrous sponge-like form that most Americans are more familiar with.
Hydrangea 'Limelight' in Flagler Perennial Garden, near the kiosk.
A pink lily in the Asian Valley.
Sedum (Hylolelephium spectabile) 'Frosty Morn'
A skipper butterfly -- these are very common at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden & they love wildflowers.
Found this guy on the path across the water fall just below the Robins Tea House. Still working on the ID for it.
Toad Lily; Tricyrtis stolonifera 'Tojen'
Rosa 'Clytemnestra' - a hybrid musk rose
Rosa 'Home Run' - a shrub rose
Hyssop or Agastache-smells like licorice-on the main walkway
Eastern swallowtail butterfly enjoying Pentas on the main walkway
Monarch butterfly caterpillar eating milkweek
Double blossomed rudbeckia
A Monarch caterpillar munching on milkweed (Asclepias lanceolata)
Monarch butterfly feeding on milkweed
Monarch feeding on milkweed (Asclepias lanceolata)