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Thread: My little hibiscus plant

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    My husband took this picture of my little hibiscus plant in full bloom. What a beauty!!
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    Very pretty!! I love Hibiscus flowers!

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    Gorgeous. Nice photography. Thank you for sharing.

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    That is the Flower of Hawaii.(Red) I have many of those planted around the house. I love them. They come in all different colors. I love how the middle of them come in a different colors..So cool.. Yours is beautiful.

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    it's simply perfect! i didn't know that they grown that far north

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    That's just gorgeous- one of my favorite plants. I winter mine in the house and then in the Spring they go back out to play :D

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    This has to be one of my favorite flowers. When my littlest was littler, we'd go to the nursery and look at all the wonderful blooms. She loves this one, too, but called them "hot biscuits." To this day that's what we call them :)

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    Beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
    it's simply perfect! i didn't know that they grown that far north
    I grow them here in MN.... in fact this pic could be mine... same color, same yard/birdbath set up... LOL... so lovely!!!

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    One of my favorites, so lovely.

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    Beautiful. I think applique wall-hanging.

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    Beautiful, my "high biscuits" aren't quite as healthy right now.

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    Gorgeous

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Lovely! Thanks for sharing.

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    A beautiful hibiscus, and your grass is actually a beautiful green! It is obvious you don't live in Texas!

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    This is my sister's plant ... I only got it at the end when there was only one blossome left.
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    This is my sister's plant ... I only got it at the end when there was only one blossom left.
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    How beautiful. Have you considered framing to enjoy all
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    Beautiful

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    I love them - the frost earlier this year (wouldn't know it now)finally got mine - they were in pots since we are in an apartment, I cried, I had them for years. Thank you for showing, reminds me of how beautiful they are and the smiles they can bring.

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    WOW ! that is beautiful !

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    very lovely

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    Gorgeous.

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    I have several different colours and bring them all in before the frost comes. We just put them in the cellar for the winter and bring them back out in the late spring. I love them.

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