Friday 03 July, 2015 by Uncle Spike
On a bush that sports both these pink/red flowers AND blue/mauve, we are treated to new flowers on a daily basis for three months during summer!
Category: Flower Friday
| Tags: flower friday, flowers, gardening, nature, photography, POSTADAY, turkey
We live in a little one bedroom condo on the end of the building. Being on the end, and facing the end of the next building, with the 18th fairway of a golf course to one side, gives it a beautiful, park-like atmosphere. A Shady atmosphere since there is a large oak directly off our patio, and pines line the golf course. Hence, no sun-loving plants need apply. Oh well…
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At least you get to see greenery 🙂
This is true. It is Very Green around here. Very. Told you about the woman who couldn’t wait to go west again to get away from all the “Violent Green” here on the east coast. Hummm… I didn’t say that about her red dust devils that chased me all over Arizona! I thought they were beautiful. But a landscape does have to resonate with a person for that person to be happy inside in the long run. Good thing I like green and salt water.
🙂 m & jb
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