Welcome to my ecological garden in the tropics. Hope you find peace and tranquility here.
Lovely shots on the christmas flower.
Your garden is getting ready for Christmas and how! That's a pretty shade of barleria, too.
I like the Baleria . I have these ones as well.
The Baleria is so beautiful. What a colour. Wonder if you can have it in doors here in Sweden? Have a nice week end and a beautiful Cristmas!
Hi. I´ve never heard of the maroon shrimp plant before and it´s a very funny plant I think :) You can really associate to the shrimp in the the sea... :)TjingelingMonica
How wonderful with all the exotic blooms!Have a greatweekend/Tyra
Oh, gee, how I enjoyed all your flowers today!! Lovely to watch, all of them, especially now with minus 16 degrees Celsius outside, freezing sold !!
It is lovely to see some warm weather Christmas flowers. We have snow here! The Barleria is a a lovely colour. Have a good weekend.
Dear Lotusleaf, I don´t know if you celebrate christmas time but, anyway, I would like to wish you and your family a very happy christmas time, and may next year brings much blessings and happiness to you all.Con mucho cariño,Maria Cecilia
Thank you, Magdalena.Shailaja, I hope there will be more flowers during the festive time.Ian, Barleria is an old faithful.Lillebeth, I doubt if you can grow barleria indoors.There is a white one which seems more hardy.Monica, the flowers do look like shrimps, don't the:-)Tyra , Thank you. Mia, We are saying "Oh! It's so cold!"at 16 degrees Celsius here! I don't know how it will be at minus 16 degrees:-)Easygardener.Thanks for your comment.Glad to know there is snow in so many places in spite of the global warming.Maria Cecilia, thank you and wish you a very happy Christmas.
Lovely flowers for Christmas! I like thie pale yellow Poinsettia a lot - so pure and simple.Wishing you a great weekend!
This is the first time I see a yellow poinsettia. You have lovely flowers for Blooming Friday. Merry Christmas to you!
Very pretty and the shrimp plant is so interesting.CherGoldenray Yorkies