In warmer climates, tropical hibiscus is grown as a perennial garden plant and is used as a woody shrub for hedges and screens. It can be grown as a potted plant up north and has to be brought inside during cold weather.
In May I started visiting a new chiropractor in New Port Richey. She’s a very nice young woman and has an office building to herself. We both wear masks and I am not near a single person except for the doctor. Honestly, getting an adjustment each week helps me stay healthier, and I hadn’t had one for 2 months.
The building is facing south, and it is a beautiul morning with blue skies.
Anyway, I love the bushes on the side of the building.
There are 5 tropical hibiscus bushes with lovely flowers. Today we’ll see the deep pink hibiscus next to the door. It is a beautiful deep pink with an almost cranberry center.
It is a classic single hibisbus with one layer of petals folding back from the center. (Double hibiscus has double layers of petals with a ruffled look.)
It’s a pleasant place. I always feel better seeing flowers.
Thanks for the visit.
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