A close-up of another hybiscus. The rope you see looped in the lower right corner was a “find” from St. Joseph’s island. The plant on the right is a Frangipani which produces the flower used to create leis. This one is not flowering yet, but I have my hopes up. I mention this flower explicitly because of the self-gratuity I find in the name. I love this hybiscus because it is producing flowers that are as big as the whole plant. Posted by Picasa

About Fran Hart

Disciple of Christ, earning a living as the director of US-based operations for a Taiwanese company, managing an engineering organization while carving out time to write. Wife, Mother, Grandmother.
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  1. chaindropz says:

    I enjoy growing the pink Hybiscus. I have discovered that they take about 2 liters of water on a hot day. I have better luck with them in a pot. Take a look at my swamp pots.