where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 21, 2016 § 14 Comments
who knew you
liked zone 4b
Tagged: cousin, flower, garden, hibiscus, knowledge, mallow, planting zones, red, tropical, wonder
Love hibiscus. Brilliant color.
Love love love. My feelings exactly!
You’ve included the phrase that I probably use more than any other since beginning to wander the natural world: “Who knew?” 🙂
It still kinda stuns me to see this in New England, too ;->
A feast for the eyes as our greens fade into fall.
Stunning flower, what a rich colour.
Please, what is “4b” ?
Hi Judy, That’s my planting zone.
oh… lol thank you 🙂
Clever! Love the burst of vividness
Wow, the depth and richness of the colour!
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