Nature photography, plants and ornamentals and other interesting animal encounters from travels
They certainly are very colourful hedges.
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Beautiful pictures, and all so exotic to this northern hemisphere gardener.
I love that Brain Train Photo. The flowers surround the Brains.
Like what Emerson said, "Earth Laughs in Flowers".Flowers are those little colorful beacons of the sun from which we get sunshine when dark, somber skies blanket our thoughts. ~DodinskyI am soul Happy seeing all the beautiful blooms in your post, hehehe!
Beautiful hedges, Andrea. I wish we could grow some of these varieties. For some reason, I could not comment earlier.
Love the yellow flowers over the Brain Train sign. :) Very pretty!
What a profusion of blooms! So colourful! Love the shot of the allamanda from the back...I must try that out!:)Glad you mentioned that you're not familiar with the jasmine on my post I'd love to do a post on that later.
Beautiful flowers--all vines? You should link in to GBBD if you haven't.
Oh, these are lovely. Very inspiring.
Lovely hedges! Happy GBBD!
Lovely pictures that need no words...
So many beautiful flowers in these photos!
Beautiful blooms, Andrea! What is that lovely yellow bloom above the "Brain Train" sign?
Hello everyone, i've been waiting for WW Mr Linky to be on, and after 2 days realized it's changed to just one monthly, so i finally placed mine at the tail end again. Grrrr! I wont link there again.Rosie of leavesnbloom - thank you and more thanks for your private message.Giga - I am always challenge to use the translator whenever you visit, haha!Alistair - yes these are tropical plants, which is my real purpose in posting, so you there in the cold climes will see other plants on the other side of the planet.One - yes you can put it that way, if you will see the landscape it is more appealing. Maybe i will post them too!Autumn Belle - As one said you are being sentimental, and who aren't if there are beautiful blooms around!Donna- instead of trying hard to grow them there, just content yourself in my posts, even if they are not as excellently photographed as when you did. I will just counter your comment, i wish i can shoot them as beautifully as you do!Garden Ms S - you are the same with ONE in appreciating that Allamanda cathartica.Kanak - yes i shot that at the back because it has been so commonly shot face up!
Carolyn - yes Ive linked it to GBBD after your suggestion. thanksHolley Garden - thanks for your appreciation, please come again.Christine@The Gardening Blog - thanks for visiting and appreciationDonna - you have lovely blooms too.EG Wow - I've always been using that word in my comment i noticed, WOW!Rose - thanks for the visit. That is the yellow Allamanda cathartica, we call it here yellow bell.
I love those white bougainvilea and the alamanda, they make lovely hedges.
do you know how difficult it is to look for white bougainvillea here? we've been going thru all the nurseries around and we coulnd't find it.
A pleasure to visit your blooms. Also, thanks for coming my way also.
The looks of these hedges are sooo familiar, Andrea! I'm homesick, na!
Your comments inspire me to post more, and our conversations make life and gardening more meaningful. However, Anonymous comments and personal back links give me problems, so i don't publish them. Anonymous + back links = SPAM = DELETE