Pale Yellow Hibiscus

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Sunday 23 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

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One day I’ll try a Hibiscus or three in our garden. I know they love the heat, but perhaps it’s a little too dry and and our heat too severe inland as we are; plus not sure how amenable they are to our rare, but nasty frosts (like -7 last winter).

No matter, I love to try and capture their beauty whenever I come across them when out and about.

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4 thoughts on “Pale Yellow Hibiscus

  1. What a coincidence. I have Hibiscus on my mind, too, today and was busy looking up all the varieties (of which there are a considerable number) on a website dedicated to this flower. The reason for my research was to find out what variety the Hibiscus belongs to that is the subject of my Monday Morning Haiku tomorrow. I also have another picture of another variety for another day. The blooms seem extra good this year.

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  2. Yvonne says:

    Aren’t they lovely blossoms! I hope you have some degree of success with them

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