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Sunday, December 21, 2008

Interesting Sunday flowers and a visitor!

When I took Doozey for a walk this morning, I came upon some really neat flowers! First is a huge yellow looks like TRIPLE hibiscus with a white center, lemon outer, with a light blush around the edges...oh my goodness, it takes your breath away! I found it about 1 block away in a neighbors yard.

Now, I came upon a wild poinsetta and it was covered in color! I like the look of the wild ones SOOOO MUCH! The sweet little bee vistor flew right into my picture and gave me a cute picture of himself as an added Christmas gift!

Now, my next door neighbor has this hibiscus. It normally has much more muted color, and there were a few other blooms on the bush with the muted color, and then there was THIS ONE! So vivid and sexy in comparison!

8 comments:

Wicked Gardener said...

That triple hibiscus is a stunner!

studio lolo said...

There she goes again, that Mother Nature...dazzling us!!!

Teri C said...

Wow, everyone is showing photos of snow and here you are with flowers! What fun.

My LIttle Family: said...

What a nice walk. Isn't living in Florida glorious? I miss Alaska terribly but Florida does have it's virtues.

Cindy said...

I think that last hibiscus is a "Hotbiscus" grafted variety (which would explain why some of the blooms are more plain.

Oh, and your little bee friend is a paper wasp:)

Lisa at Greenbow said...

That last photo looks like a painting.

Carlene said...

The last hibiscus is the most unique flower colore I've ever seen. Gorgeous!
Aiyana

Claude said...

The last Hibiscus is fantastic... and that ain't no bee, it's a wasp! great pics!