22 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday and A Week of Flowers – Day 4

    1. Thank you, Cathy. 🙂
      That’s a frangipani, which is in full bloom at this time of year. When the weather cools around March to April, the flowers and leaves drop, and the tree is a mass of thick, bare branches. I will take a photo of the whole tree to show you another day, as right now it is covered in flowers and foliage and is really stunning. And you are right, I live in the subtropics on the eastern coast of Australia. 🙂

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    1. Thank you Eliza. 🙂 I have some more frangipani in pots that we brought home from my inlaws house before it was sold, so I’ll be interested to see what colour their flowers are when the plantsare more mature. I might have some more unusual coloured flowers to share in the future.

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    1. I’m happy to hear you enjoy my flower photos, Carol. I know how bleak your winters can be. I see the beauty in snow, but I don’t have snow here, as you know, so that’s easy for me to say!
      I hope you are settling in at Kat’s place. xx ❤

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    1. Well, actually, I don’t know! I think frangipani are scented flowers, but they grow so high in the tree that I haven’t noticed! Isn’t that terrible? I’ll have to pick one so I can tell you!

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