In memory of our bougainvillea…

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Wednesday 29 April, 2015 by Uncle Spike

It looks like our two bougainvillea’s have become the latest victims from the much colder than normal winter, albeit it was just perhaps ten nights that did it. Anyway, it is almost May, and there are still no signs of life from either plant, so I’m guessing they’ve had it. Such is life – time to plant some climbing roses instead I think. So here’s a look back at our bougainvillea, as was, AND a curious visitor I found there last autumn 🙂

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Now, this was late last autumn, heading into winter.

Can you spot the visitor hidden in there? Go on, take a closer look….

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Bit closer still…

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Ah yes, there he is…

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After a while having a lens stuffed in his face, he popped out to see what all the fuss was about. Don’t think he was that excited by it all, as after a few seconds, he went back to his original spot, and I in turn climbed back down the stepladder 🙂

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11 thoughts on “In memory of our bougainvillea…

  1. I wish we could grow Bougainvillia, so beautiful. You are lucky to have had them as gusts for this long by the sound of you winds. I do hope they do re grow . 🙂

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  2. Oh look out borgainvillea .. it might be rose time! Very handsome little visitor you have there 🙂

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  3. AnnetteM says:

    Let’s hope that Patrecia is right and that they make a full recovery.

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  4. Patrecia (with an E) says:

    we lived in Spain from 2000-2007 and we had borgianvillea,,,and one year we had lots of snow and I thought they had died but the next year they were back again so don’t give up hope

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  5. vannillarock says:

    what a shame! i thought they played dead for a while but were quite resilient (but then I’m no gardener)
    poking the lens in his face…..haha. that sounds familiar.

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  6. dayphoto says:

    Warmth! He was looking for warmth. I hate that your lovely flowers died, darn it. But a wall of climbing roses will be stunning also.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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