A Week of Flowers – Day 7 – Tropical Punch

It’s the last day of AWOF and I finally got the title right. Oh, well. I will be spreading some more tropical warmth north via flowery photos.

The scent of Moonflowers perfumes the night in summer.

The Malaysian Orchid or Chandelier Plant in a front porch container.

The fabulous Portea ‘Candy’ Bromeliad lights up a shady corner.

Another front porch container has a Desert Rose.

Last, but not least, a Florida classic – the ‘Red Admiral’ Hibiscus.

That concludes a Week of Flowers this December. To see more flowery photos, visit Cathy at http://www.wordsandherbs.wordpress.com.


13 comments on “A Week of Flowers – Day 7 – Tropical Punch

  1. Cathy says:

    I have fallen in love with that Moon Flower! I can only imagine the scent. I had Nicotiana for scent in my Moon Bed this year. The pink and purple flower is also a stunner and very eye-catching. Thanks for sharing! xx

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  2. pbmgarden says:

    Colorful selection Amy. Gorgeous! I tried to grow Moonflowers once from seed my sister passed along but they didn’t make it. Yours are lovely.

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  3. So bright and so tropical. They should make any dreary day better.

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  4. Wonderful! Were the photos taken with different cameras or something? The moonflower in particular is quite special.

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    • Thanks, Chris. No, I have a Pixel cell phone and use the portrait setting a lot. The moonflower was taken at night with the auto flash. Total serendipity as I couldn’t really see what I was taking a picture of.

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  5. Eliza Waters says:

    A fabulous week it has been! Thanks for sharing the tropical warmth… the shimmer on those moonflowers is wonderful.

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  6. Kris P says:

    That’s a fantastic collection of flowers! I’ve yet to see a flower on my Malaysian orchid but perhaps 2022 will be THE year. Do you fertilize your plant?

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  7. Hibiscus are wonderfully exotic and exuberant. They have to be my ‘paradise’ flower!

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