That is such a striking color combination. Enjoy your day!
Very nice capture~it makes my heart sing to see bees visiting our flowers!gail
I love the colors. Don't have a single hibiscus in my garden. I think I'm missing out on something nice.Marnie
Can I borrow some of your bees? At least that way I might get my beans pollinated next year!
Dear Sherlock Street, Your Hibiscus is a delight. I do like that particular shade of magenta-pink which gives a certain frisson to the border.
What a beautiful flower!
Love hibiscus. And what a pretty color too.Suzanne
Love the photos - Hibiscus are such beautiful blooms and its great to see the bees so happy!
Fantastic sherbet color! Very tropical looking. I am happy for you!
~MildredThank you. It stands out among the darker colors in my garden at this time.~GailThanks. I had to try a few times just to get him in the flower. He was busy as a bee!~tinaYea, cool!~MarnieThe give a nice big show when all the standards are pluggin' along.~IGIf I could share them with you, I would!~EHIt does stand out nice. Thanks for stopping by.~CatherineThank you. It gets a little extra love (water).~princessdivaThanks. I'm so glad it likes it hot!~SuzanneI always thought hibiscus was fragile but they are hardier than I thought.~freerangegirlThanks for visiting GonSS. Happy bees make happy gardeners.~RoseyIt's the most tropical looking perrenial I can grow.
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