Looking up at the bright hibiscus flowers #WordlessWednesday

If I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk through my garden forever.

Alfred Lord Tennyson
hibiscus flower
hibiscus flower

I’m also sharing these bright squares for Becky’s month of squares, it’s coming to an end very soon!

looking up through the hibiscus
looking up through the hibiscus

Happy Wednesday!

Deb 🙂

Photos by me – taken on location at Nowra NSW on a sunny autumn day in April 2021, in memory of Ruby, my Mother-in-Law – her garden lives on.

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13 Replies to “Looking up at the bright hibiscus flowers #WordlessWednesday”

  1. I love the colours of hibiscus flowers – we have them in our side garden and they always give me a happy greeting when I head out for a walk in the mornings (and seem to flower all year round – bonus!)

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    1. We can’t grow them too well where I live either Sarah, it’s a bit too cold, but here on the coast they grow really well. It was quite a warm sunny day for autumn, so the flowers were a bonus!

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