The rainy season on Lake Chapala turns everything a lush green. Although generally they flourish in a drier climate, the bougainvillea seem not to be minding it either.
These sculpted bougainvillea bushes run up the center divider at the entrance to the fraccionamiento where I live. Quite an artistic and sculptural effect. Click on the first photo to see them better.
For Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge.
Things just want to grow in wild abandon in Mexico.
Some posies for Cee.
For Cee’s Flower Prompt.
A few times a year the leaf-cutter ants make a salad table out of my garden, stripping the bougainvillea, especially. Today they were busy outside my walls but so far they’ve left the new little bougainvillea bush alone.