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Sunday, April 4, 2021

Flowers In My Garden

Spring?

Nah, it was summer the last time I checked, still is and forever will be in my equatorial corner of the world!

Sharing these captures of the perennial flowers that grow in the common garden of the condo where we live.

Bougainvillea

Ixora

Woodland Sunflower

Hibiscus

Bird Of Paradise

Spider Lilies

Fun Fact
Malaysia ranks among the world’s most biodiverse countries, housing an estimated 15,500 species of flowers, plants and trees.

Happy Easter, pallies!

43 comments:

Kendi Dünyasında said...

Looks like amazing. Thanks for sharing 🌸😊

betty said...

So pretty! And they bloom year round?

Happy Easter Veronica! I hope you have (had) a nice day celebrating with your family.

betty

camdandusler said...

All of them seems wonderful:) thanks for your sharing...

1 said...

All these colors herald a beautiful spring:-)) Happy Sunday.

SzgnBsl said...

All these colors herald a beautiful spring:-)) Happy Sunday.

bill burke said...

They are absolutely beautiful and so colourful.
Have a wonderful Sunday.

Thelma said...

Happy Easter. Thanks for sharing those beautiful flowers.

David M. Gascoigne, said...

It must be a pleasure to step out and see those flowers every day. I am sure they would put a spring in my step!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

a gorgeous tropical garden

Giorgio said...

The ochre color of the Woodland Sunflower is unique, and the pink color of the hibiscus' petals is also marvelous ... I think you live in a special part of the world, Veronica.

I hope you had a great Easter time!

junie-Jesh said...

Flowers close by are the nice side of condo living, that we did for five years! Love the spider lilies, they look so interesting! The bougainvilla is my favorite, but I don't think I would ever buy it for my yard, they are such aggressive growers.Many thanks Veronica for sharing this flower feast with All Seasons, after all it's Spring (haha), Have an enjoyable week, Jesh

Shiju Sugunan said...

Lovely blooms!

NCSue said...

I wish we could grow bougonvillia here... but then again, I can't even SPELL it, much less grow it!
Thanks for sharing these lovely photos at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/04/after-rain.html

Phil Slade said...

Ha ha. Now I'm very jealous Veronica. I could show you some photos of snowdrops?

stevebethere said...

Beautiful captures love the pretty colours too :-)

Have a bloomingtastic safe week 👍😷😷😷

Mica said...

What beautiful bright flowers! So cheerful! thank you for sharing!

Hope that you are having a good week! It's been a very rainy one so far here!

Away From The Blue

Michele Morin said...

Just exactly what I needed to see on this gray, cold day in the Northern hemisphere!

nic said...

The spider lilies are amazing.

Lillian www.sognafaret.no said...

wow so amazing flowers

Meditations in Motion said...

Oh, an endless summer sounds heavenly! Those spider lilies are beautiful! I have never seen them before. I wonder if they are available in the US. I'm going to check.

An Apel a Day said...

They are all pretty, but I love the orange ones in the 2nd shot!

Birgitta said...

Wow! So beautiful!

Kirsi schreibt said...

Spring, Summer ... so beautiful Flowers you show. Here in Germany we have a little bit spring, than winter ... Snow, Rain, windy ... at one day ... the weather is crazy ;-) here.
Thanks for your easterwishes.
Have a nice day and greetings from Germany
Kirsi

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

Beautiful flowers. Those spider lilies are so unusual.

My GBGV Life said...

The flowers are beautiful and you get to enjoy them without all the work if the condo is taking care of them! Perfect!

Tom said...

...beautiful gifts of nature that I have enjoyed in Maui!

DrillerAA said...

There are some spectacular blooms here and nicely captured. Have a blessed Wednesday.

songbird's crazy world said...

Beautiful

magiceye said...

Bright and beautiful!

Kinga K. said...

Gorgeous flowers ❤

Pieni Lintu said...

Lovely <3

Sandee said...

Flowers make my heart happy. Beautiful flowers in your garden.

Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

Zinaida Strinu said...

Oh! We had just released the lush spring flowers and it was snowing again. We have 0 degrees celsius now ...
The flowers from you are splendid, amazingly beautiful!

Have a fine day, Veronica! ♥

Suzana said...

I saw for the first time: Spider Lilies!
Beautiful images, Veronica! The flowers are always amazing!
Happy WW! Have a fabulous week!

Catscue said...

Those are spectacular flowers! I've never seen a Spider Lilly before, what a beauty.

Amy said...

So many pretty flowers and colours, I guess that's what's good about where you live, the temperature enables so much to grow throughout the year.

NatureFootstep said...

so many colorful flowers already?? My world is still grey, a little cold rain is falling.

Love the Spider Lilies :)

Diana said...

They are very beautiful!
Spider Lilies are amazing! I see for the first time.

Happy Friday, Veronica!

Sharon Wagner said...

Wonderful color explosion! We're finally seeing purple Spring flowers here. And budding trees. (:

Gattina said...

Same here in Belgium, last week summer this week snow !
Your flower pictures are beautiful !

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handmade by amalia said...

Beautiful blooms. We have a lot of Bougainvillea around here as well, nothing can beat it for color and you don't have to do any work, just mind the prickly bits.
Amalia
xo

Rostrose said...

Dear Veronica,
Whenever we came to countries like Thailand, India, Mexico, Portugal etc. on our travels, I saw these magnificent bougainvilleas, tall as trees. They're so beautiful and I'm a bit envious: They can't thrive in our climate - I once had one that I wanted to winter in the basement, but it didn't survive ... But luckily there are other beautiful flowers and blossoms here, which appear in spring - I really enjoy that :-)
Happy sunday and all the best from Austria,
Traude