Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Ever Beautiful Faithful Hibiscus: For Wordless Wednesday

The perennial favorite, love of our lives, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis





A post just almost the same as the first photo but softer in color is posted by Lotusleaf   HERE.

Other Wordless Wednesday posts 

18 comments:

  1. Are these from your garden? Lovely. I love hibiscus. I intend to start a Hibiscus Collection.

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  2. No this are not from ours. These are new hybrids i saw last garden show in the university. I want a hibiscus collection also, but hybrids are not as sturdy as the native ones which can just be left and will still be strong and healthy.

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  3. amazing shots, the gumamela looks simply stunning...i thought it was plastics.

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  4. Such gorgeous hibiscus! Love the vibrant yellow!

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  5. I totally agree! Hibiscus is a faithful plant... very diligent in blooming... and very attractive :-D

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  6. Gorgeous captures Andrea! The hibiscus species you presented today are very unique and beautiful.

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  7. The first one is really unique. I have hibiscus that looks like Picture no 2-4. Hibiscus attract a lot of butterflies to my garden.

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  8. Truly gorgeous..and the colors..magnificent!

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  9. Just beautiful Andrea...you are a talented photographer...Michelle

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  10. Gorgeous, Andrea... I love hibiscus... All of ours are gone for the season---so it's great to see the ones in your area. I LOVE them... Thanks so much for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  11. This sure is a beauty! Very special!

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  12. Really beautiful, Andrea. I fell in love with photographing Hibiscus when I spent three months on the island of Moloka'i last fall. These are really gorgeous, and seeing them is such a nice memory. Thank you!

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  13. Well Andrea, from your sappy comments I infer that your understanding limitations are consequence of
    "research and intellectual" in your profile, too much love of the self.

    I prefer that you follow, read, comment in other blogs, I will do likewise.

    Tell Manny Pacquiao
    I say HI!

    Sometime in the future you will reach the ten thousand visitors, known in five continents and 104 countries, just like endemismotrasnochado.blogspot.com

    Farewell

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  14. Hi Andrea, beautiful, dazzling hibiscus. I grow some and enjoy their radiant flowers. You have a pretty and interesting blog. I will investigate your earlier posts.
    thanks for your visit I appreciate it. I live in South eastern Queensland. Not far from the gold Coast. Enjoy a nice weekend, it's nearly here. T.

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  15. Fabulous colours ... in my garden I only have the red Rosa-sinensis.

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  16. These are so beautiful !
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  17. Absolutely gorgeous!! Thank you for mentioning this post! i missed it. can't with these colours, can't decide a favourite.

    The hibiscus on my blog was shot in my sister's garden. Andrea, if you come to India, you're most welcome to stay at my B&B. If blog friends keep on coming it'll surely be the B&B for bloggers!!!

    Have a great week!!

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