Hello! Welcome to “Outdoor Wednesday” hosted by the lovely Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer.
I have been really passionate here lately about Hibiscus. I bought two tropical Hibiscus in red. I also planted three hardy Hibiscus. This afternoon I went to Lowes and bought another two hardy Hibiscus! lol I love the big and vibrant color of the flowers! Look at these tropical Hibiscus.
I can see myself in Hawaii where Hibiscus grow abundantly. :) I can at least imagine I’m in Hawaii. :)
Look at this beauty! This is a hardy Hibiscus. I can just imagine how stunning they are going to be once these bushes fill up some more. I planted the hardy Hibiscus in the ground since these will come back.
And these are the two that I just bought this afternoon at Lowes. I’m getting ready to plant them. :) Aren’t they pretty? They are also hardy Hibiscus so these will be planted in the ground.
So did you feel like you were in Hawaii? I truly wish I was. :) I hope you all have a lovely Outdoor Wednesday.
They are such beautiful shrubs! I love those huge, huge saucer flowers! I never thought to plant one in a planter - good idea! Your's look so healthy and pretty!
Wow! Just gorgeous!! I love how vibrant and red they are! Perfect companion to the little American Flag! Happy 4th! Huggy Hugs!!
Those flowers are absolutely gorgeous!!! I wonder if they will grow in Oregon????
Lovely Sandra, and I love your pot with the cross on it, very beautiful!
Hope you have a great 4th,
In my place, we call them gumamela :-)
Yes, they are beautiful, aren't they? I believe I saw somewhere a variety of it in white. They look nice too.
Happy Outdoor Wednesday!
They are such beautiful flowers. Your photos of the are just lovely. Thank you for sharing them with us. Blessings...Mary
They are beauties for sure!
Doing our Hawaiian show tomorrow in New Braunfels for a Church of Christ.
We wear flowers in our hair.
Happy 4th weekend,
I love hibiscus too. Every year we would go south, I would bring one back, hoping it would grow. Even the hardy one did not make it. Maybe if I mulched it heavier and put it closer to the house.
Your are just gorgeous and I like your clay pot.
Thanks for sharing and stopping by to visit me. Come back again soon.
Your flowers are beautiful*! Thank you so much for stopping by and especially for your prayers*
Wow, all the Hibiscus are so pretty!
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you browsed through my other postings so that you too, can see my hibiscus. They are so beautiful. I absolutely love them. I have a red one, an orange one and a yellow one. I can actually grow them in Phoenix. Yours are so beautiful. I have never been to Hawaii so I don't know what they look like there, but yours are so stunning I can't imagine anything more beautiful than the pink one. Thanks for stopping by Country Wings in Phoenix. I signed up to your Follower list, and would be so honored if you pop back and follow mine also. Your sons are so precious. "Country Hugs", Sherry
Your hibiscus are beautiful and I love your container!
Beautiful flowers! You are right about the vibrant colors...Christine
Wonderful photos. I love the Hibiscus flowers. My neighbors have several and I just adore the flower. I love the color in the first Hibiscus.
Have a great OW!
I love hibiscus -- they are such extravagant flowers, and so generous with their blooms!
HAPPY OUTDOOR WEDNESDAY SANDRA,
Your Hibiscus are gorgeous....so very beautiful and vibrant....
I love that beautiful pot that your Hibiscus is planted in...I have never seen a pot with a cross on it.
I read in your profile you have 6 sons...I have a dear friend in Michigan that has 6 sons and so far all her grandchildren are boys....if there is ever a girl born into that family.....she will be a severly spoiled princess...lol
I enjoyed my time on your blog and I love your scripture
Hibiscus is a tropical flower and make me feel to go on Holiday when I see it. But we do have one that can live outdoor here in Sweden even in the wintertime.
Beautiful flowers. And very good photos.
I really love Hibiscus too. If your a little careful with them here in Phoenix they will grow really well. They make a back yard look tropical!
I hope you and yours have a great Holiday weekend!
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