Monday, May 18, 2009

Not a Wild Flowers but Oleander and Hibiscus

Just to break the monotonous from every day birds. Here are some flowers from my neighbor garden.

Pink Flowers
Nerium Oleander
Nerium Oleander
Bunga Raya - hibiscusBunga Raya - Hibiscus sp.

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10 comments:

Lana Gramlich said...

Very pretty! We have a kind of wild hibiscus that grows wild along the edge of our yard, but it doesn't bloom until it's unbearably hot (coming soon.)

Jama said...

These are so pretty! I'm like you, always eyeing my neighbour's plants/flowers since I have none.

Titania said...

Both a good choice in the garden. Flamboyant and tough plant buddies. The pictures are beautiful.

Blue said...

I love your first pic, so nice color.

nonizamboni said...

Gorgeous flowers--I've wondered what an oleander looked like. And I enjoyed your post about the kingfisher. They're a favorite of mine here; ours are not nearly as colorful, but have the
same 'serious' look.
Thanks for sharing!

ButterYum said...

Absolutely lovely. I really enjoy your bird photos too!

mimi said...

beautiful oleander pink flowers.

fishing guy said...

Tabib: Beautiful capture of the pink bloom.

Regina said...

Hi. These are beautiful.I like the colors. And the birds are so amazing.

Denise said...

Gorgeous flowers, great photos both of them. Thank you very much for sharing.