This hibiscus flower shone brilliantly in an evening sunbeam.
This hibiscus flower positively glows in a beam of late afternoon sunlight.
Behind a lovely hibiscus bloom, a not so lovely gargoyle lurks.
The hibiscus bloom featured yesterday also intrigued Fitzi.
This hibiscus flower adds brilliant colour to our wonderfully shady deck.
A hibiscus bursts into bloom.
I took a potted hibiscus plant to work because there was no room for it inside here ar tome, and located it in a sunny south facing area.
Wow. A good sight for visitors.
Back on Thursday.
Our hibiscus saw fit to bloom, adding lovely and colourful cheer to our living room.
Sunlight, flooding through the living room window, illuminates a hibiscus flower.
Last December I brought home from work a hibiscus plant. It was struggling with an awful whitefly infestation. We quarantined it, treated it with insecticidal soap, and eventually eliminated the infestation. While the plant grew some this year during our mild and dry spring and early summer, it didn’t seem to flourish. Since late July it’s been quite hot, humid, and we’ve had quite a bit of rain. Our patience has paid off – this week we revelled in the beauty of a hibiscus flower.