Hibiscus: Dancing With the Stars

When eight of these Spanish Dancer hibiscus blooms showed up in full regalia on the same day, it was hard to pick a winner.  You’ll see more of their sisters on another day.  Don’t want to slight any of them. Click on any flower to see larger views of them all.


For Cee’s Flower Prompt.

9 thoughts on “Hibiscus: Dancing With the Stars

  1. Marilyn Armstrong

    It must be the tropics in which you live. The colors of your world are staggering to me. I have my orange begonias and they are the brightest flowers I’ve ever had, but ALL your flowers are brilliant! I really love them. I don’t always comment, but just know, I really love them all!


    1. lifelessons Post author

      I’m in a subtropical climate. Supposedly moderate the year round but hurricanes on the coast a few hours away sometimes bring days of overcast or rain, Nov.-Jan. can be be coolish and a few hot weeks during the year. Usually not humid, though, which is what bothers me the most. Sometimes I think I’m getting too isolated here, but it is so beautiful that I can’t pull myself away. Oh yes. And the dogs. And the cats. And Yolanda and Pasiano. In this cyber age, friends go with you wherever you go but those elements can’t.


    1. lifelessons Post author

      I know. I’ve done so many photos of this bush.. now a tree..but I love each new bloom so much I just let myself believe others aren’t tired of seeing it again, either. Tomorrow’s shot is my favorite. (Well, taken yesterday, blogged tomorrow.)

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  2. Val

    Hibiscus flowers are gorgeous. We wouldn’t be able to grow them in our climate, outdoors, I don’t think (Wales, UK) but have one indoors and it flowers every year for months and months. Ours is not yellow, though, but a rather delicate peach colour.



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