Enjoy the great outdoors of nature and birds in particular.
Truly beautiful. Thank you.
So beautiful! I am fairly certain that your first white flower is a Moon flower. We have them here. They only straighten up and bloom when it starts getting dark, or is really cloudy. LOVE that fluffy red flower! And the beautiful rose with all the buds.
No Ginny this is NOT your Moon flower. It is Angel's TrumpetBrugmansiaWhy is it called Angel's Trumpet? The pendulous, large shape flowers of this small tree is what gave this small tree such name.
Beautiful flowers. Nice post.Have a nice week ahead.
Are there many mosquitoes in that garden? It looks very nice but I bet it can be an itchy experience if you go outside at night.............
Wonderful flowers and lush looking plants. That first photo appears to be a squash blossom, an image so important to the American southwest. Interesting to see it from Malawi.
Not at all what I picture an African country to look like. Some lovely landscapes.
I recognized the moon flower and hibiscus but what on earth is that weird thing about the 3rd photo down? - Very interesting looking for sure.If you subscribe to my blog via e-mail for updates you may need to resign up as I recently switched e-mail addresses.
Beautiful images. I love seeing the foliage and flowers.
What an awesome place.. WOW!!!! And being there with family makes it even more special. Thanks for sharing.... LOVE all of the flowers also.Hugs,Betsy
Love the flowers!
Such beauty. Thank you for sharing.
The white bloom is especially beautiful. What a lovely place!