to entice you to visit
...a beautiful flower, unlike any hibiscus that I've seen.
Hari OMPuarangi! So different from the shrub hibiscus. Can you harvest and store your seeds? (Or perhaps that's what you did.) It is lovely! YAM xx
thank you for showing the hibiscus! The colors of this white one are gorgeous - I love your captures of the side, so one can see all of the heart. Also, I didn't know one could grow them from seed! The ones I have seen in Southern Calif. were all big bushes, and even being pruned into trees. Smile, I'll have to check Wikipedia's story of the real Valentine (there are some floating around that have romanticized parts) - I'll let you know later this week:)
Great blossom photographs. You must love these plants and they are happy with you.
So pretty, and such wonderful photos as always!
Beautiful!Have a wonderful week!
Beautiful macros that promise the arrival of spring. I love the drops of water on the flower.
The pictures just kept getting better and better - from the bee to the water droplets to the pollen on the petals ... stunning!
Cool photos! That bee one, wowza.
Es precioso. Saludos.
Hibiscus, really? Never seen this kind of hibiscus plant but it is fabulous for sure! Happy Valentine's Day ❤︎
Excellent close-up photos!
Oh I love a plant surprise... lovely... Michelle
The flowers are so beautiful.GreetingsEdith from Germany
What a lovely blossom! It is amazing what we can see when we actually take the time to look closely. Thanks for sharing.
Wonderful captures. And there is a special guest too.
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