Cee’s photo challenge. “Flower of the Day”

Enjoy and free to add your flora comments, especially if you can identify and name the flora. This way we can all enjoy the beauty.

I captured this photo while visiting the Key West Garden Club.

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Cee’s Photo Challenge


11 responses to “Cee’s photo challenge. “Flower of the Day””

  1. I believe your mystery flower is a hibiscus. I’ve never seen a yellow one. They do flower in Canada during the summer months and I have a couple of these plants in my garden but have to bring them into the house in the fall. They don’t winter in our climate. Bravo, it is a very special photo.

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    1. Hey Marianne, you are correct. I forgot to identify the flower at the time and when I was leaving the Garden club when one of the volunteers gave the name. 🙂

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  2. So beautiful….!! great captures 😊


  3. Such a beautifully colored hibiscus. 😀

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  4. I have seen gorgeous pink hibiscus in Barbados, so I recognized the blooms. Gorgeous!!

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    1. Hey thanks Serena, I will look for the pink color on the internet. They are beautiful.


  5. Here in Mexico they are called Obelisco flowers…and the red ones are used to make a drink called Jamaica. Very popular and usually served cold with sugar.

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    1. Hey Judy, I will log this bit of information and try the drink one day. 🙂

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      1. If you actually make it, put the dried flower petals in a collander and rinse them off before you actually put them in the boiling water. I even soak mine in cold water for 10 minutes, then rinse them in a collander. It makes a big difference in the taste of the jamaica. Takes the bitterness away.

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        1. Hey Judy, thanks I searched using You Tube and found the recipe for Aqua De Jamaica. 🙂


  6. Hibiscus? Seen floating in tropical drinks and pinned into ladies hair.
    Beautiful photos.


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