The crinum 'Ellen Bosanquet' has sent up a scape of beautiful pink flowers. There are three of these planted at the foot of the Raja Puri banana tree. (Note for tomorrow: The bamboo could use a little trim to keep it from covering up the banana tree.)
Oh my goodness! There are bananas! These are the first bananas ever at My Garden Path!
A quick walk over to the circular path around the oak tree allows for a beautiful view of morning sunlight shining through all the colorful foliage of coleus and caladiums.
This is a really tropical looking spot along the path. The pinecone gingers have grown quite tall and are already forming pinecones.
Over in a sunny area the white guara is putting on quite a show. I've never seen it so thick before. Usually it is quite spindly and thin. I like this new look.
Little green bees with loaded pollen pockets are enjoying the guara too. This morning there are many of them and some honey bees too enjoying all the flowers.
One of my favorite things about walking through the garden in the morning is the way the slanting eastern light backlights the normally dark, shady corner.
I'm looking forward to spending tomorrow outside for the day. There is much tidying to be done and fertilizing with fish emulsion and compost. The roses need their monthly Mills Magic application. A passing rain shower would be a nice occurrence.
Whatever your weekend plans may be, I hope they include some time in your garden.