Lovely blooms - today, I envy you your warmer climate :)Khttp://www.artistsgarden.co.uk/
I must wait for the flowers in my garden about four month. at the middel of June the flowers starts to bloom. We have a lot of ice and snow left. Today it was -16 C.GreetingsGunilla in Sweden
Now all of us north of you are drooling....lovely colors-lucky you!
Wow, how lucky are you!
I hope I have flowers like yours in a couple months! Lovely!
No flowers in sight here... just coold and grey wether.Lucky you K!Linda
Just lovely, I adore the Hibiscus.
Hi Karen~I must say, I really do like living in an all year warm climate. I don't know how you guys handle the cold weather.Hi Gunilla~Brrr, -16C ! I hope you are bundled up inside a warm house. I bet you just can't wait till spring.Hi Tina~ Thanks for coming by! Pretty soon I'll be drooling over all the spring bulbs and blooms you guys up north get to experience, then it'll be lucky you!Hi Gardenerprogress~Thanks for stopping by! I, do feel fortunate to get to garden year round.Sue~Spring is coming and so will the flowers! Thanks for visiting!Hi Linda~I hope the cold and gray weather means you can spend lots of time in your studio creating :)Hi Darla~Thanks for visiting again!
How lovely to have blooms in your garden - this time of year it's freezing up here and quite dark. You've got a very nice blog!Katarina
Hi Karrita, how tropical everything looks there, lush, green and colorful. Aaahhh, I needed that shot in the arm, thanks! :-)Frances
Very nice blooms...and I've enjoyed looking at your pottery, too. gail
Katarina~ Thanks so much for the visit! Tropical Florida is delightful compared to the cold extremes brought by winter around the world. Glad you like the blog!Frances~Thanks for coming over to visit! I'm glad my garden pics gave a needed "shot in the arm."Gail~Thanks for the visit! I too, have enjoyed your blog!
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