A lovely and colorful selection. I like the little orange rose with its perfect spiral. And the Surinam cherries, because they are different colors as they grow.
Lovely collection of colours.
Do all roses do well in Florida? I thought roses needed some cold weather. Looks like yours are doing beautifully so I must be wrong. I love seeing what grows in your part of the world!
oooooh! so many flowers! its lovely watching your seasons opposite to ours...
Wow - such a beautiful assortment of flowers!I love Surinam cherries (not to eat, but for the memories). We had an entire hedge of them around our tiny little house in Miami where I grew up. When I discovered them here in Lakeland, I planted a hedge bordering the back of my butterfly garden. I don't have any cherries forming yet though. Seeing yours brought a smile to my face. :-)
You've got quite a bit of beautiful color growing there in your gardens. A thrill to walk in and enjoy I'm sure.I love your red passion flowers and the yellow daisy like vine flowers too.Happy Gardening ~ FlowerLady
A beautiful variety of color you have in your garden. Have a wonderful day.
Beautiful Julie...Loved the red ones and the tiny pink and orange ones! You have a wonderful garden. Hope you are doing good :)Take careDeepa
Sorry everyone...now that i see these pics on the desktop, there are some blurry ones...so sorry!Julie
Beautiful pictures, Julie! I love the orange rose. It snowed here today, so it's lovely to see these flowers.Debbie :)
Jealous....they are all so pretty, Julie. Some I recognize and others are new to me.
Just to let you know, you are a no reply comment blogger. So I can't email you a reply to the comment you left on my blog. If you prefer that, just ignore me! lol Debbie :)
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