Part of my windowsill bloomers are geared to bloom in the spring and summer, like my Hoya vine which pumps out blooms continually in that time frame, but now has entered a rest period, along with others. But some plants are just beginning to shine. My favorites would have to be Pelargoniums, Geraniums that are not hardy in my zone and therefore kept in pots. They stay small, the two shown are part of three that resulted from dividing my plant that bloomed last year. One of them already finished blooming. I like to have them by my sink where I can enjoy their cheery blooms.
Another plant that mainly blooms in the summer but is holding on is Oxalis triangularis purpurea, but it likes to plaster itself to the window pane so flops without it, here propped with a hat.
Streptocarpus (Cape Primrose) possibly Amanda, can bloom for a long time, here are the latest blooms
I put my Epiphyllum anguliger outside for a while in late summer, and perhaps that is why it is blooming profusely now. It is on my aquaponics framework. The blooms only last a day when fully open, and tend to flop, but smell divine.
Finally, there is my Christmas cactus that blooms early, I keep it downstairs in a mostly unlit basement by a south-facing window. The blooms look like a burst of birds in flight.
So, I am solacing myself from the change in seasons with my indoor garden blooms. And this weekend is the end of daylight savings, how depressing is that? Today I went out in the wet garden and transplanted bamboo. I hope it takes. It's my latest strategy in the war on weeds, occupy and conquer.
If you would like to show off some of your indoor flowers, feel free to put a link to your post in a comment.