Throughout the garden, the Aeoniums have lost their shriveled summer look and regained their luster.
The Barleria obtusa featured in my Bloom Day post is at the height of its floral glory.
My beautiful Callistemon 'Cane's Hybrid' is also blooming, not that it doesn't look good out of bloom as well.
Gomphrena decumbens 'Itsy Bitsy' has exploded with tiny blooms since I cut it back by half a month ago.
All my large-flowered Grevilleas are looking good but 'Peaches & Cream' has flourished since we took out a hedge that blocked its sun exposure on the west side.
Last but not least, Heteromeles arbutifolia, commonly known as toyon, is at its annual pinnacle, covered in berries.
For other favorite plant picks this month, visit Loree at danger garden.
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