Tag Archives: Cee’s Flower of the Day

Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

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Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

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Cape honeysuckle. Doing double duty today with Cee’s Flower of the Day.

Wordless Wednesday: Revelation

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Wordless Wednesday: Revelation

Bougainvillea has thorns! Who knew?

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Doing double duty today with Cee’s Flower of the Day challenge.

Wordless Wednesday: White Oleander

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Wordless Wednesday: White Oleander

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Doing double duty today with Cee’s Flower of the Day.

Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

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Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

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Doing double duty today for Cee’s Flower of the Day. I found this flower near the canal in my neighborhood. I have no idea what it is, but isn’t it pretty?

Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

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Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

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Doing double duty today with Cee’s Flower of the Day challenge.

Photos by ARHuelsenbeck

Wordless Wednesday: Cape Honeysuckle

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Wordless Wednesday: Cape Honeysuckle

I’m doing double duty with Cee’s Flower of the Day today. My neighbor told me these are honeysuckle, but they’re not like the yellow vine I remember from New Jersey. My friend Linda was able to specifically identify them as cape honeysuckle.

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Photo by ARHuelsenbeck.

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Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

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Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

My neighbor’s roses are doing double duty for Cee’s Flower of the Day challenge today.

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Photo by ARHuelsenbeck.

Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

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Wordless Wednesday: Flower of the Day

Doing double duty with Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge. Isn’t my neighbor’s corner lot drop-dead gorgeous? Bougainvillea:IMG_0105

Wordless Wednesday: My Neighbor’s Roses

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Wordless Wednesday: My Neighbor’s Roses

Is it wrong to covet my neighbor’s roses? Doing double duty today for Cee’s Flower of the Day challenge.

 

Photographs by ARHuelsenbeck

Wordless Wednesday: Petunia Progress

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Wordless Wednesday: Petunia Progress

Doing double duty today with Cee’s Flower of the Day challenge.

And violating the Wordless Wednesday spirit by including lots of words.

Last November my neighbor planted petunias and geraniums:

One of the lovelier aspects of living in Arizona is that many plants can thrive outdoors all winter long. The petunias and geraniums actually spilled over their beds.

This is what they looked like in mid-May, even after several 100 degree days:

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