Welcome! The Glory Vine bloomed for the first time and here's a
small cluster of the trumpet-shaped flowers. Saritaea magnifica
blooms in the cooler months of September and October.
The Water Spinach, an edible variety of the Morning Glory family has
trailed up the bamboo. Ipomoea Aquatica has arrow-shaped leaves with
milky sap. It's a semi-aquatic plant.
The blooms of the Bush Morning Glory. Like other morning glory varieties
the blooms close at mid-day. This plant can grow up to 1.5 mtrs. Commonly
found on the edge of paddy fields and other low-lying areas. I had picked
this one from the roadside in January.
The bloom of the Long Bean. I find vegetable blooms most fascinating.
Going with the theme, here's a sunset with purple shades:) The skies
look dramatic these days and this is what I captured a few days ago.
For more Blooming Friday posts, please visit our gracious host Katarina
at Roses And Stuff. Thank you for visiting. Wish you all a wonderful
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