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Sunday, July 20, 2008




These hibiscus are the large ones about the size of dinner plates. I have a couple plants the others are not blooming yet.

10 comments:

Kanak Hagjer said...

What a delicious shade of pink! Gorgeous!!

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Hi Cindee ~ These ar wonderful and the size of dinner plates? Ok, now I have one question....steroids? haha. At least they are hitting a homerun in my books.

Have to tell you that the comment you left for me has been quite the hit! ROFL!!!!! You are hilarious and thanks for the laugh!!

Have a great new week and stop by on the 23rd - having a little giveaway.

hugs,
Becky

Karen said...

Wow, the hibiscus is beautiful! Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog.

Eve said...

That is a stunner! My DH loves those but I have trouble growing them. My neighbor said I didn't hold my mouth right when I planted them. : )

Joy said...

Beautiful! I bought one of these plants. It bloomed for two years, but this year, nothing. AAARRGH! It was a sad little bush when I bought it, so I guess I should be happy that it gave me two good years.

cindee said...

Hi Kanak, Thanks for stopping by. It is a pretty pink hibiscus isn't it(-:

Hi Becky,
LOL about your post earlier. I don't know what compelled me to comment that...but it was funny.(-: Thanks for stopping by my blog!!!!

Hi Karen,
Thanks for your comment. Glad you stopped by!!!

Hi Eve, I think they like a lot of water. They seem to grow well here. They also need a lot of sun. They are late to get started in the spring. I use to think it was dead then all of a sudden it would emerge from the ground. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!!!!


Hi Joy, Sorry your hibiscus did not return this year. Sometimes mine is very late getting started. It looks dead until I poke around in the ground and see some green on it then I know its still alive. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment(-:

Renna said...

How pretty! I had a large Hibiscus potted plant which produced beautiful coral colored blooms. My mom sent it to us when dh's mom died a few years ago. I always overwintered it in our sunroom, but this last winter I forgot to bring it inside before our first hard freeze and lost it. :-(

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Anna said...

What a truly pretty pastel pink to brighten your day. I hope to have blooms next year when mine matures a bit more. I have Blue Muffin and Pink Chablis.

I tagged you!

Farm Chick Paula said...

Those are so pretty, Cindee! I'll bet the bees just love those!