The weather here in central Florida was mild at the beginning of the month. Then when that big snow storm blew over the southeast, it brought a cold front down to us. Here in my area we had our lowest temperature so far this winter. Our low Tuesday night was 39 degrees F. Above us the counties had freezing temperatures. Below us it was a little warmer. Unfortunately the south west side of Florida had multiple tornadoes and some areas had extensive damage. No damage in my area just a wild cold rain with high wind gusts. After 2 days of cooler temperatures, our highs and lows went back up. I still have flowers growing and I’m happy.
Florida native Trumpet Honeysuckle is still doing well.
The vinca or periwinkle is still covered in flowers.
Above and below are single red hibiscus, but the red double hibiscus is really the star of January.
Double hibiscus have multiple layers of petals for a ruffled look.
I hope you enjoyed a few flowers today. Thanks for the visit!
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