Friday, August 1, 2008

Lord Baltimore

Isn't he a handsome guy?


Brenda Kula said...

Mighty, splendidly handsome!

Lona said...

I have a Lord Baltimore also. The flowers are so large on it. It has been moved several times and it survives it all along with the harsh winters.

Terra farmer said...

Very! A show-stopper!

cindee said...

Hi Brenda,

Hi Lona,
Thanks for stopping by!!!!
It seems to be very hardy(-: I love how big the red flowers are too!! I also love the leaf shape. Its a really all around nice plant!!

Hi Terra Farmer,
Thanks for your comment!!!

Perennial Gardener said...

He's pretty handsome!

Kathi~Lavender, Lace and Thyme said...

He is handsome, I wish he was in my yard :).

Have a Fantastic Friday!
Kathi :)

Alex said...

What a stunning flower! Seriously!

Eve said...

Boy, they sure named him right! He is totally majestic.

Jamie said...

Yes! I've been wanting a nice hibiscus... yours is beautiful!

Alex said...

Good morning, Cindee. I hope you have a splendid weekend! :)

Skeeter said...

I just wanted to pop in and say thanks for the advice on purchasing a Wishing Well... I found one at Freight Harbor just as you suggested! Some assembly required, the Saint can handle that for me, tee hee... Too humid to stain and assemble so will be a fall project and maybe some pansies to wish upon. So thanks for the tip!

cindee said...

Hi Periennal Gardener,

Hi Kathi,
Thanks. I hope you have a great Saturday!!!

Hi Alex,

Hi Eve,
It is a great name for this hibisicus!!! Thanks!!!

Hi Jamie,
I really enjoy my hibiscus. They don't bloom till later in the summer but they sure are pretty when they do!!!

Hi Skeeter,
I am so glad you found a wishing well!!! They are not hard to put together either!! I have had mine for several years and it still is doing great. I know you will enjoy yours for years too!!!(-: