Beautiful! And when I first saw them I was thinking they were from your yard!
Oh my gosh....these are humongous blossoms as so beautiful and tropical. Love the color.Happy Friday to you.RAIN SCENTS
They are beautiful! Love that little hint of pink in them.
Those are so lovely! Always been a favorite of mine.
Thank you for sharing these beautiful flowers and thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog. It's always nice to meet another Lois!
These are so pretty with the pink. I have white ones in my yard.
Lois, they are gorgeous and I appreciate your sharing them with us!
i love hibiscus. and the bees obviously do too! pretty shots.
Definitely a very beautiful bloom. I have one or two in my garden and wouldn't be without them.Have a great weekend Lois.
Lovely shade, Lois...I was taking photos of hibiscus as well this week, although mine are deep pink.
One of my favorite things about my morning walks is looking at everyone elses flowers. I see so many sizes, shapes and varieties. I keep threatening to bring my camera along with me.
These are so very pretty! Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a nice weekend, Lois.
Beautiful!! I planted a red hibiscus this year--in a pot because for some reason they don't like our long cold winters.
Hi Lois...not my day today ..sorry so late.Stunning plant they are and you are so kind to sent us flowers from someone else's garden lolthank to them!! : }}Hope your weekend is special!!Grace
really pretty yes! And good that you took some pics so you can enjoy them even if you don't have them in you own garden....ThanksLeontien
Lois, when my sister and I were little we would pick the huge Hibiscus blooms and take off the stems and turn them up-side down and made skirts out of them for our little plastic dolls!! Mom had white and dark pink!...debbie
*confused*Hibiscus is a bush? Not a lily?
I didn't get the delicate shade of pink at first. WOnderful flowers!
And they are gorgeous! We have been seeing them everywhere here, but never where I can take a picture. I have been meaning to put some in my yard, also.
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