Posts Tagged ‘Flowers’
Saw these zesty, bright flowers in a park in Singapore.
This tree, after many years, suddenly bloomed with these pink flowers. On a clear, beautiful morning, a bird, a northern mockingbird I think, decided to take a closer look.
Almost irresistible…the delicate hues of the New Guinea impatiens. This plant thrives best in part shade areas.
Life lesson from my garden: There is always a season, an interest, an act of kindness or friendship that will help us bloom, at any age.
I’m always looking for plants and flowers that will keep the hummingbirds coming to the garden.
I found this succulent plant, Aloe Blue Elf, which is said to be a hummingbird’s favorite.
It’s an easy-care plant. It will bloom with small orange-red flowers on tall spikes. And I have been fortunate to see hummingbirds hovering around them, as well as butterflies, too.