This is a Blushing Bromeliad (Neoregelia carolinae); they only blush in winter the rest of the year the foliage is solid green.
Here is another Bromeliad – the Hallelujah Billbergia, it’s flowers are red, white and blue later in the year and are quite a sight with the purple spotted foliage. The green coloration comes out in winter.
The fruit of Candy Portea Bromeliad, it flowers in the fall, the fruit is purple at first and later turns white. The foliage is also purple, so this is a striking plant.
Real fruit in the form of a pole bean. I love fresh green beans and am looking forward to this.
Seedheads on a Sweet Begonia (Begonia odorata ‘Alba’). I like the seeds as well as the flowers and use them in arrangements.
It has been a surprisingly rainy dry season and here is the proof – a Rain Lily.
That is my Six for this Saturday, for more photos of six things from gardens around the world, go to host blog, here is the link.The Propagator