F is for Flowers





Meet the Twisted ‘Biscus, named by the husband and I for it’s twisted trunk and, of course, hibiscus flowers.  We are not stellar at growing things, but we are really giving it a go this year.  Last weekend we planted two of these plants, one on each side of the garage.  So far so good, as each of them have two blooms so far.  It will be exciting to see how they grow.

***Thanks to all of you who participated in my contest, I was overwhelmed and my Amazon Wishlist is now much longer!  I will be announcing the winner tomorrow!  You still have time to enter in the comments below.


4 thoughts on “F is for Flowers

  1. Ooh, I love hibiscus(es?)! Yours are very pretty. Around here, even though we’re zone 7, we have to pot them and bring them inside for the winter, which so far has been too daunting for me to try. But they really are beautiful so I know it’s worth it.

  2. Oooh – book lists – I love them!
    Here’s what I’ve got:
    The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
    The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
    Poisonwood Bible
    Handmaid’s Tale
    Mr. Wroe’s Virgins
    The Red Tent
    Girl with a Pearl Earring
    Bonesetter’s Daughter
    The Rights of Desire
    Fortune’s Rocks
    High Fidelity
    Falling Leaves
    One Hundred Years of Solitude
    The Golden Compass
    Ahab’s Wife
    The Cheese Monkeys
    White Teeth
    Lood at Me
    Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
    Wise Blood
    The Violent Bear it Away
    The Eyre Affair
    The Dive from Clausen’s Pier
    Life of Pi
    The Lovely Bones
    The Sea, The Sea
    Foucault’s Pendulum
    Babel Tower
    When the Emperor was Divine
    The Virgin Suicides
    Bastard out of Carolina
    Ella Minnow Pea
    Interpreter of Maladies
    The God of Small Things
    Pride and Prejudice
    The Collector
    Good in Bed
    That should keep you busy for a few days! šŸ™‚

  3. I know I missed the contest, but I have a few suggestions… I just finished “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” and it’s a fun, quick, easy read. One of my all time favorites is Wally Lamb’s “I Know This Much is True.” His book “She’s Come Undone” is really good, too. It’s written in first person in a female voice — I read almost the entire book before I realized it was written by a man! Are you going to write up a little book report for us when you’re done reading? You’re probably sick of writing, huh? šŸ™‚ Never mind the book report, just let us know what you read and if you liked it!

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