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Bleeding Heart Vine

Bleeding Heart Vine

23 Nov, '072 Comments

Bleeding Heart Vine, originally uploaded by malyousif. I had three of these rather unassuming looking (without their flowers that is) climbers which I planted on a trellis on my Northern Border. One died and the other two didn’t seem to be doing anything. But a few weeks ago they “woke up” and this week I […]

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Japanese variegated hibiscus

Japanese variegated hibiscus

23 Nov, '070 Comments

Japanese variegated hibiscus, originally uploaded by malyousif. I wasn’t very sure that this hibiscus would survive in my garden as it was looking rather poorly for quite a while, but am I really happy that it has filled out all of a sudden and today I see it has this glorious flower on it. Very […]

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Hippaestrum (Candy Cane)

Hippaestrum (Candy Cane)

16 Nov, '070 Comments

Hippaestrum (Candy Cane), originally uploaded by malyousif. The first Hippaestrum (Amaryllis to some) of the season. I love these bulbs as they always reward you with huge showy flowers like no other. I’ve planted them outside in the garden before with good success. This year, I wanted to have some extra colour in the house. […]

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Anticipation

Anticipation

16 Nov, '075 Comments

Anticipation, originally uploaded by malyousif. The first Hippaestrum (Amaryllis to some) of the season. I love these bulbs as they always reward you with huge showy flowers like no other. I’ve planted them outside in the garden before with good success. This year, I wanted to have some extra colour in the house. They’re all […]

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African tribe wood carving

African tribe wood carving

9 Nov, '0712 Comments

African tribe statue, originally uploaded by malyousif. I know it’s later than usual for the Friday picture, but I hope you understand. I’ve spent the whole day working in my garden 🙂 This shot was by my son Arif who apparently commandeered my camera. I downloaded some pictures to be surprised by a few in […]

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