Rainy season is here. The fungi have awoken from their summer slumber, and are spreading their umbrellas all over the place. But they're not really flora.
Wandering further, phylogenetically, each rain brings forth a bloom of slime molds--not flora, not even fungi--more closely related to us, actually. They are mostly inconspicuous. But one of them really jumps out after every rain:
More slimeys later--it's no longer flower season, it's the season of fungi and their allies.