These are my plants that are already flowering. They will continue this way, as they are mostly perennial plants.
one of my vanda orchids left from previous collections
Turnera ulmifolia growing nicely even during the dry season, but lovelier with the rains
Pentas lanceolata red experienced dryback last season, now starting to be lush again
roses are showing the new leaves, favorably producing more leaves to favor flowering
this shrimp plant dwindles also without water, but we maintained
it to at least live and wait for the rains
another Pentas lanceolata, with bigger umbels
even the adenium looks happy now
a perennial lantana which has been here for several years are just pruned at the start of the rainy season to be rejuvenated. It is a favorite of the butterflies too.
i love the new lantana shoots showing some colors as protection from UV rays
Crinum zeylanicum only flowers during rainy season, its scent is lovely too. It experienced defoliation by several moth larvae last dry months
This Hippeastrum X johnsonii, have a few scapes latently arising even after months of rains.
This Salvia also dwindled during the dry months, but we kept it alive to wait for the rains. Now it is flowering profusely and beautifully.
There is still a lot of flowering plants this season, i just limit the crowded photos in a post. These are just a few of our plants, a lot more are seen around including my hoyas. They need a whole post for themselves.