Wednesday, November 29

Indoor hibiscus




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  1. What a gorgeous colour. It looks fabulous with the sun shining on it.

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    1. I don't usually go for orange flowers, Jo but it went with the other plants in the summer house where it spent summer.

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  2. Stunning, so Autumnal yet a blast of warmth in the cold of an early Winter.

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    1. It is a cheery sight first thing on a morning, Deborah. Unfortunately each flower is very short lived.

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  3. How beautiful - especially now when winter is closing in fast.

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    1. It certainly is closing fast, Margaret. Time to hunker down.

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  4. I love hibiscus, and that is such a pretty color!

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    1. So do I, Dave a pity they are not winter harder outdoors.

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  5. What a beauty! Mine are in bud in the garden!xxx

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    1. This type wouldn’t survive in our garden, Dina.

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