Chrysothemis pulchella is at its best during the rainy season, dwindling or dormant at dry months
Odontonema strictum loves the rainy season too, but not very happy under shade
Anthurium andreanum shows its lush growth too, evidenced by the bright spathe, this is pale pink in the dry months.
This zinnia has been blooming for almost a year now, it might dry during the next months.
This is a lily I haven't yet searched well for the proper ID, but it is also dormant during the dry season
Butterflies bloom when flowers abound
Hedychium coronarium provides a nice scent for the garden, reaching around a few meter radius when the wind blows, it provides a good lingering scent while i am having coffee in the terrace, while the birds are eating the fruits in the nearby tree.
This Impatiens walleriana is planted in that cracked plastic basin, recycling to the max! I guess the basin will have a long service life this way.
I always cut this Sanchezia speciosa leaving only a foot at the base, and it always give this luxuriously healthy growth afterwards. It flowers during the dry season, so prunning is annually.
Lastly, even the white mushrooms are blooming during the rainy season. We still have a lot of blooms, but i ommitted some because there's already a lot of photos in this post. Maybe i will reserve the rest for next month, because some of these here are already getting old and might not be nice anymore for the next GBBD.