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Four flowers from my garden to share today.

Top Left and Right: The Hoya with curly leaves which Marge and Nev gave me on their last visit, is flowering well. Left: Two flowers, which Julian had to hold up for me. Right: a close up of the lovely flowers. It's had a lot of flowers. Thanks Marge and Nev.

Bottom Left. A huge Hibiscus flower. called Lemon Delight, which is a silly name as it's bright yellow.

Bottom Right: One of my Desert Roses (Adenium) flowering.
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Thanks Maureen, yes a lovely pink Hoya. hugs dear friend. ♥♥♥


Beautiful that Hoya is very pretty,and it's PINK.
LOVE IT ! Catching up with my book marks.
Hugs dear friend 🤗 ❤❤❤


Thanks so much DexterandRudymomma. Cheers, Janet.


Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.


Thanks Shirley, yes it's gorgeous. Hugs my friend. ♥


Love all three but the pretty pink Hoya is gorgeous, Thanks, Janet. ♥


Thanks so much Allie, yes that hoya has done really well. Of course our climate helps. Big hugs to you my friend. ♥♥


Janet that Hoya is amazing!!! What a BEAUTY!!! Really gorgeous! Actually all your flowers are gorgeous - you can tell they are much loved and well looked after! Big hugs xx


Thanks so much Val, hugs to you my friend. ♥♥♥


Janet I do love seeing your flowers and the names, these are all lovely thank you Hugs dear friend ♥♥♥


Thanks so much Daasha, hugs my friend. ♥♥♥


Thanks Andie, hugs my friend. ♥♥


Thanks so much Willy, with hugs. ♥


Thanks Kinkid, hugs to you. ♥

Gorgeous flowers, Janet. Thanks and hugs my friend. ♥♥♥


Your garden is ever so pretty Janet.Thanks for sharing your gorgeous flowers with us.


You have beautiful flowers in your garden.


What beautiful flowers.


Yes that's probably what I should do Nev, I forgot that's what I do with the other Hoyas, loop it up. Yes I guess our climate is kind to it too. Hugs ♥♥♥


Janet, it sure sounds like it. Marge's doesn't travel too far, and she simply trails it back up the chains of the hanging pot. And I do think your sub-tropical climate is more consistent for the growth of yours too. Great to hear how well it's going. ♥♥♥


Nev, it's gone crazy, when it finishes flowering I shall snip it off and poke it back into the pot, as it's nearly to the deck floor. I must have it just in the right place. Thanks and hugs my friends. ♥♥♥


Thanks so much Pam, hugs my friend. ♥☺♥


Thanks Barbara, I'm so pleased you are enjoying my autumn flowers. Many of our flowers just bloom all year round. Enjoy your spring blooms. Hugs. ♥


Thanks so much Jill, that Hoya has done so well. I need to snip off the end and replant it. Hugs. ♥


Janet, delighted to see your Hoya looking so healthy. Marge said it looked fantastic. Ours hasn't done quite so well this year, as our Summer conditions appear to have not suited it - not enough heat, and too much rain. ♥♥♥


Thank you for sharing this beautiful floral collage, Janet! Hugs 🌸♥︎☺︎♥︎🌸


They are all very lovely... I do enjoy receiving pictures of all your
beautiful flowers.
We are in early spring here and have many spring bulbs coming into bloom as well as
Japanese Cherry blossoms.....
Cheers from Vancouver, Canada


How very lovely, particularly taken with the beautiful Hoya Thanks Janet, hugs 🤗


Thanks so much Jacki, hugs my friend. ♥


Very nice Janet. Thank you and hugs


Thanks Barb, I'm so glad you enjoyed my flowers for autumn. Hugs dear friend. ♥☺♥


Thanks so much Gail, hugs to you my friend. ♥


Thanks Foxy, the flower head is called an umbel. The little stem where the flowers come out from is called a peduncle and you should never cut the flowers off as they flower each year from that same place. My Cassia fistula (yellow rain tree) is still flowering, in April!! Nature seems to be confused at present. Hugs to you. ♥


Redina, it has grown like mad. Thanks and hugs. ♥


Thanks Junko, I'm glad you enjoyed seeing my flowers. Cheers, Janet.


So beautiful, Janet and the hibiscus is gorgeous. In fact they all are gorgeous. Hugs to you my friend ☺♥♥


Your flowers are gorgeous, Janet. Love them all. Thanks for sharing them.


Beautiful, Jan! The Hoya is like a flower within a flower, isn’t it. The Desert rose reminds me of the Christmas cactus growing here. Last year it started flowering in September - must leave a calendar out there for it this year 😁


Really nice. Looks like you are taking very good care of Nev and Marge's gifts. We have hibiscus all over the place here. TFS

Thank you for the beautiful pictures and for explaining what they are. I have never seen a Hoya and it is lovely.

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