Yesterday the Trumpet Tree was in full bloom. 

Then the rains came last night
Rainy season  is starting.  That means every day around 2pm it will thunder storm for an hour or three.... It knocked many of the blooms off the tree.. boohoo!

The nice thing about the Trumpet, it continues to bloom all summer.

I'll be joining these garden blogs.  Click on over to see some of these beautiful gardens.

Oregon Cottage @ Tuesdays Garden Party

MsGreen Thumb @ Bloomin Tuesday

A Southern Daydreamer @ Ourdoor Wednesday


Darla said...

Your brugmansia is way ahead of mine..I do have buds on my daturas though.

CAS said...

This tree is just beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Well at least you are getting some rain, we could use some of that wet stuff. ;) Beautiful blooms, glad it will continue to blossom.

Jean said...

What an amazing tree and to think it just keeps on blooming! Welcome to Bloomin' Tuesday! Jean

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

"LUCKY YOU", I sure wish I could have one of those trumpet trees up here in Connecticut! My Hummingbirds would be in heaven! I'm sure yours are! Our weather has been a bit muggy, today was in the 80s BUT we can't let our guard down till May!
Have a wonderful week,

Kate said...

What a great tree! Beautiful flowers and a sign that spring is here!

Karen said...

Gorgeous blooms ~ and it's nice that it blooms all summer!

Cindy@OldTimePickers said...

Happy to hear it blooms all summer. Quite a show stopper!

It's Just Dottie said...

I have two of those plants in my garden but mine are white. They are so beautiful.

Light and Voices said...

Good thing that trumpet flower blooms all summer eh? Take care. See you next week.
Joyce M

Melynda said...

Very pretty, I have never seen a tree like this before.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your trumpet tree is very pretty, I don't think I've seen this before-enjoy:@)

Susan said...

Hey Sandy...I found you over at Rusty's Dragonfly garden. I'm always happy to find a other Fla. gardener and I look forward to seeing what's blooming in your garden. Your trumpet tree looks beautiful. Mine is still recovering from the freezes but it's coming back much quicker this year than last. Drop by and visit my Fla. garden. Susan

Jami said...

Wish I could grow one of these, they are so beautiful!
An Oregon Cottage