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My neighbour - Toyomi - had about 12 of these all flowering at once. This one is poking through the fence into my back garden! They're just in the ground - not pots - in a shady spot.

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robryan

My pleasure Mogens - thanks!!

Mogens

Fantastic color. Thanks Robyn :-)

robryan

Thanks Maureen!!

Thanks Shirley!!

LOL!! She has a wonderful garden Heidi - with heaps of different plants :)))) There's always something flowering too :))

Thanks Cathy :))

cevas

This is a beautiful flower! And you took a great picture!! Thank you Toyomi and Rob.

Surreal_Heidi

Are you sure that Toyomi isn't related to Mother Nature?

Shian2

Gorgeous flower, Thanks, Rob.

amakrokis2

Exquisite photo of a beautifil flower.
Thanks Robryan.

robryan

Thanks Francamia!!

Thanks Beekay!!

It sure is Laura - and there are actually 2 poking through the fence :))))

Thanks for satisfying my curiosity Barb :))) I guess every place has its good & bad points regarding growing conditions!! We all have a grumble about the heat, drought, snow and pests etc :)))) I'm pretty sure Nirvana doesn't exist :))))

Thanks Floyd - if sure is showy!!!

I guess we have the right climate Ank - it's just right for these as we have a very mild winter here, and it rarely goes under 5C or 6C mid-winter!!! Our day-time temps are mild in winter too, usually around 17C to 22C! Thanks!!

Thanks Dave - Toyomi has a real green thumb and nice shady spots for these!!

warbler

Great colse-up Robyn!! Your weeds are our houseplants!

puzzeljac

Wow great, how is it possible, just in a garden. I often have them, in house in a pot. I like them. Thanks:-)))

Gladstone

Wow!! That's a great looking flower.

SunnyBarb25

Thank you Rob :) I'm going to stay in AZ now. I have no plans to go back to Florida. You know, it is true that everything grows in FL, but FL is not without it's own problems. Florida soil is pure, fine, white beach sand. And believe me, not much can grow in pure, sterile sand. So, everything that could grow in the balmy FL climate, has to be grown in pots or raised beds with regular soil delivered to it. So, here you have it....LOL

laurajane

That's nice that you get to have one of your neighbour's broms!

Beekay

This is really pretty, thank you!

Francamia

Beautiful robust bloom.. thanks robryan............

robryan

Is your Arizona move permanent one Barb? Or can you look forward to a 'normal' garden one day? I hope you don't find that question too intrusive :))

SunnyBarb25

Yes, in Florida I could grow everything. But Arizona is too harsh for most of the plants. Only natives and few others will thrive here....I had to adjust... :)

robryan

Thanks Barb! She has a wonderful variety of plants - and in true gardener style is always trying to find room for 'just one more'!!! I can tell you miss your garden heaps too :))))

SunnyBarb25

Gorgeous, Rob! Thank you or rather thanks to Toyomi for her green all fingers, not only thumbs..... I used to have several Bromeliads in gound in Florida, but not in the desert of Arizona.

robryan

She's a real green-thumb chookie - and has stacks of plants - so I'm lucky to see all her flowers! Thanks!!

chookies

Your neighbor sure has a beautiful garden, rob! This is beautiful.

robryan

Thanks Janet - I'll have to take your word for the species :))) I'm not up on my Brom names!!!

Thanks Neville - glad you liked it!!!

ulangariver

Beautiful, Rob. Great post.

jan42ful

Fabulous Rob. I think it's a Pyramidalis. great pic, great puzzle, thanks Janet ♥

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