You do have your own jungle ;) They're beautiful.
Once again they are beautiful - I think pink and red are my favorite colors for flowers anyway.And it grows in a bucket - cute.
I never knew there was a dwarf Poinciana. It is very pretty. The Powder Puff is a prolific flowerer and I think it is a native of South Africa.
You have the most beautiful backyard jungle. How nice to have something bloom year round
beautiful...the last one reminds me of our Memosa blooms...
WoW,these are all so pretty and flowers we don't have in Manitoba.This is one of the many things I like about blogging,I get to visit places I will perhaps never visit in person.
Wow---just gorgeous... Don't have room to plant anymore??? I do have a question though: How do you keep the tree junk from filling up your pool???? That would drive me crazy. Do you have neighbors all around you? Do you even know your neighbors? Are all of the yards down there like yours???? Sorry for all of the questions. Your yard just sounds so intriguing to me. I would love the privacy..Hugs,Betsy
I want to come visit your backyard; it's beautiful!
I have never seen this type of bloom before. Very beautiful reds.
It looks like those top flowers only last for one day.... is that correct? They are gorgeous.
Great photos Sandra love the last one great colours we live in a beautiful world don't we
There must be a significant difference between the Powder Puff and the Bottle Brush?..so pretty!! Of course the D Poinciana is my favorite (grew mine from seed to) but they are very photogenic (smile)..love your header.
I'm frequently introduced to something new when I come visit here. What beauty you have year around.
What beautiful photos. And beautiful plants! This was my first visit to your blog, I will be back.
Love those things... so pretty!Love your header too - wanna be there now........
for a while, I thought this was taken in Malaysia or Singapore.
The powder puffs are so beautiful, I wish they would grow here.
Sandra, if this poiciana tree is a dwarf is there a full-size version? It's a lovely flower and must be wonderful to see out your bedroom and kitchen windows.
Truly beautiful flowers.
What gorgeous flowers! I wish we had that many here! Super photos.
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