This bougainvillea never fails to fascinate me, with two different coloured flowers in the same branch.
The red amaryllis (or is it Hippeastrum?) is flowering in most of the gardens, heralding spring.
The white amaryllis used to be perfectly white, but now the blooms have distinct red lines in them. Effect of cross pollination? The bulbs are never removed from their place in the ground.
My thanks to Santilli, Pupo, Denise and Sandy Carlson. To view more pictures of flowers from all over the world, please click on http://flowersfromtoday.blogspot.com