My thumb is better. I can type some without hurting myself.
Back to what is blooming. Make that what WAS blooming.
One very nice plant is this Black Eyed Susan vine, also called a Clock vine here.
The flowers start blooming dark yellow, then fade to cream color. It will bloom from late Summer to frost.
This thing drops seeds too, but I never find any seed pods that have
seeds in them. I think the fairies must get them all.
This is one of my favorites, Bulbine.
This is the yellow, which I prefer, but
it also comes in orange. In Florida, they
call it Bulbinella. We are not so imaginative.
This is a hardy plant that will multiply
like crazy if it is happy where it is living.
And look at this. This is a Firecracker Fern.
I don't know what to compare it to, but it
is a nice unusual plant. It comes with a yellow bloom as well, but it is never as pretty as the red.
One very nice little plant is this, called Brazillian Buttons.
I got it at a Master Gardener plant sale, and it has made itself at home in my garden. It blooms from early spring to frost, and it does spread, via seeds, I think. I don't see great large colonies of it anywhere. This one is not easy to get seeds from either.
I have a couple of other things, like Christmas cactus, shrimps, and aloe vera blooming. Those things will carry on and on and on.....