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Hibiscus del Oro: Flower of the Day, Apr 20, 2017


I didn’t realize I’d caught a visitor until I started cropping this shot.


Hibiscus: Flower of the day, Dec 22, 2016

This lovely bloomed just in time to greet my friends who are visiting for Christmas:


Not quite fully opened today.  Either it was at its prime yesterday, or the sun hasn’t hit it fully yet.  Looks like a filly skirt!

See Cee’s unusual poinsettia HERE.

Flower of the Day, July 3, 2016

Water-logged or sun-dried, this hibiscus is one of my favorite sights of the day.




Yellow Hibiscus: Flower of the Day, June 29, 2016

Today when I went out to the front garden, the hibiscus bush had so many blooms, each at a different stage of development, that it looked like a staged demonstration for a class in plant development.  The blooms at every stage were so uniquely beautiful, that I took a few dozen shots, almot all of which turned out.  Since I’m going to be traveling over the next few days and I’m not sure how many flowers I’ll see, I’ve decided to show you one or two of the blooms a day for the next few days.  They won’t be in any particular order––just what catches my eye each day as I dip into my cache of beauties.