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Glorious indeed!! These are house plants in the northern hemisphere - you see them in all the shops around Christmas!! I never think of them as growing outdoors!!
Vibrant!! Wow--thanks for sharing that today!
Gorgeous.....I am sooooo envious of your sunshine!xoxox
Wow! So cool to see poinsettia in the sun,usually seen around christmas where I live. So you don`t have hedgehogs in your country, I didn`t know that. What a pitty, because they are so cute and they do a good job "cleaning" the garden- they love snails:) But then again, you do have kangaroos and they are really beautiful.Take care, see you around.Hugs
Perfection Carol. The colours, the light, the photography. Poinsettia's are delightful and remind me of Christmas. Thank you for sharing your beauties in brilliant bloom :o) xo
So stunning, Carol! Beautiful image & beautiful words to match! (I am having trouble leaving a comment with you again!)Mrs Tiff X
Something to lift us southerners. Thank you for your kind words.xxx
what stunning photos of such beautiful flowers! Hope you've been well (and busy?) while I've been hibernating!!xxxCatehttp://keepcatebusy.blogspot.com/
This is beautiful!!! It has been a long time since I saw one growing outside.
Beautiful! I didn't know what these flowers were called, but I always stop to look at them over people's fences.
How lovely! I always like poinsettia flowers for it's Christmassy feel. Have a beautiful day, Kellie xx
Carol,The photo's just about did me in...THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL!!! and the verse you blessed us with...Holy, Holy, Holy INDEED!!!Have a lovely eveningNancy
Oh how I love Australian gardens! Pointsettas are very popular in a pot at Christmas time in North America, but they look so much better in the garden. They don't do very well here, even if treated as an annual, too stringy. Yours are beautiful.
i am delighted that you care enough to comment..i love to read each one of them..thank you!