What do you say?
How about a bouquet?
Zingiber spectabilis, “Beehive ginger”, so called because the flower is said to look like the “skep” type beehive.
Way up in the pejibaye palm is a flower.
Down on the ground, on a rock by the river, is a constellation of miniature flowers.
On the path to the casita, a persistent double datura pushes out a bloom.
Also on the path to the casita is a patch of zinnias. The patch is many months old, senescent, gradually drying out as the plants throw their last energy into producing seeds. A few blossoms linger, including this one.
Age has its beauty.