Wordless Wednesday – Hibiscus

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Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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61 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Hibiscus

  1. John says:

    This flower has so much texture, very beautiful! 🥰

  2. Lovely! A breath of the tropics 🌞

  3. I love the hibiscus flower. I have a family member from Tonga who extracts dyes from the different color hibiscus flowers for decorating the traditional tapa cloths. A beautiful art.

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  5. Pepper says:

    Beautiful. 😊

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  7. shoreacres says:

    The texture of the petals is particularly appealing: quite velvety, it seems.

  8. WOW! what a great February welcome!

  9. That’s a beauty!!

  10. What a burst of red beauty! It sure heats up these cold days.

  11. That is a pretty one…what greenhouse have you been in???

  12. Thank you – I ‘needed’ that on this cold Wednesday. 🙂

  13. Dale says:

    That is a beauty! Love the two colours 🙂

  14. Debbie says:

    Surely you *don’t* have a Hibiscus in bloom, do you, Eliza?? Surely, this must have been lingering in your camera since last spring or summer, right? Boy, is it stunning though!

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  16. Kris P says:

    I hope this photo signifies a recent trip to a nice warm conservatory, Eliza 😉

  17. Vicki says:

    Beautiful. I’ve never seen a Hibiscus with two contrasting colours like that before.

  18. Val Boyko says:

    Now that cheers up a cold 🥶 day. Thanks Eliza 🌺

  19. Just what this grey cold day needed. Lovely!

  20. ❤️ Beautiful ❤️

  21. Jane Lurie says:

    What a beauty, Eliza! ❤️

  22. Gorgeous and I’m already looking forward to seeing your beautiful garden this year!🙂

  23. WOW … what a beauty! Red doesn’t get any more red than that!

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