The Monthly Bloom

The course at Aviara Golf Club is known for its stunning flowers and blooms. The Monthly Bloom lets you learn more about the beauty that surrounds this coastal San Diego golf course.


February Bloom

Formosa Azalea

Southern Indica azaleas (Azalea indica) are actually native to Japan and first introduced into Holland in 1680 but failed to catch on there. It reached America in the 18th century and became popular outdoor landscape plants in the warmer parts of the South. Fruitland Nurseries of Georgia was among the first to offer the emerging varieties for sale and extensive breeding both here and in Holland has produced a wide range of forms.

Exceptional early spring color for beds, borders and foundation planting. Add to perimeter plantings. A natural large tree groves and the verges of wildlands or naturalistic landscapes. A traditional choice for Asians inspired gardens. Bold color for reflecting pools and water gardens.

January Bloom

Green-Leaved Euryops

An extended bloom season makes this one of the most popular flowering evergreen shrubs. Bright yellow daisy-like blooms provide excellent contrast against the finely cut dark green foliage. A great colorful accent that works very well for sunny beds and borders, in mass plantings, and in containers. 

  • 2019 Blooms


      December Bloom

      Aloe Arborescens

      Aloe Arborescens is a species of flowering succulent perennial plant that belongs to the genus Aloe, which is shared with the well-known and studied Aloe Vera.

      This species is valued by Aviara's Maintenance Team for its succulent green leaves, large colored flowers, winter blooming, and attraction for birds and butterflies.


      November Bloom

      The Bird of Paradise

      This particular member of the Strelitzia Reginae species is known to represent beauty, freedom and magnificence. It's to no surprise considering the elegant way it emulates a bird's neck and head.

      Like a crane, or in Aviara's case, a Blue Heron, its lithe display captures an air of natural elegance.



       October Bloom

      Leptospermum Scoparium

      Leptospermum scoparium, commonly called mānuka or broom tea-tree, is a species of flowering plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae, native to Australia and New Zealand.

      Mānuka is in full bloom at Aviara at the moment and especially important in the month of October given its ability to emphasize our pink flags on the course in effort to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!


      September Bloom

      Tecoma Stans

      Tecoma Stans is the official flower of the United States Virgin Islands and the floral emblem of The Bahamas. This species of flowering perennial shrub is in the trumpet vine family, Bignoniaceae, that is native to the Americas. Common names include yellow trumpethbush, yellow bells, yellow elder & giner-thomas.


      August Bloom 

      Silver Leafed Princess
      Tibouchina 'heteromalla' (native to Brazil) are in full bloom at Aviara! More commonly known as the Silver Leafed Princess Flower, this specimen typically grows 8-10 feet wide. The leaves are soft and velvety with a bit of silver sheen to them.


      July Bloom

      Lily of the Nile

      Lily of the Nile belongs to the same family as daffodils, amaryllis plant family.

      In traditional medicine, Agapanthus Africans (Lily of the Nile) is believed to be both medicinal and magical. It is used to treat heart disease, paralysis, coughs and pains.


       June Bloom


      California, Jacarandas are known to bloom twice a year!

      Jacarandas are an iconic tree in Australia an can be found throughout many parts of the continent.

      The trees bloom in October, prior to student exam. The Australian myth states that in order to achieve success, one must study before the tree blossoms.

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