Monday, 28 February 2011

Monday Mosaic - Grand Openings

The heliconias love Summer. Each day as they open they change until they reach their final shape.
I thought they would make a great subject for a Monday Mosaic.






Check out many more mosaics at at  Little Red House

10 comments:

  1. oh I loved these when we visited Singapore, but we can't grown them in the dry south west corner of WA where I live. What a glorious splash of colour they make in the garden.
    Thank you for sharing your lovely garden with us.

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  2. what a great idea, and you have a quite a variety.

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  3. Gorgeous photos. Such elegance and color in those heliconias.

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  4. Wonderful sets ... it's a treat watching these beauties open up. Great idea for mosaics.

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  5. I love heliconias. With the changing weather patterns, my heliconia days are over. We seem to be having horrible freezes every year now. But I can sure enjoy them elsewhere!!! Thanks!

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  6. Fantastic photos of such a glorious flower. The mosaic is wonderful!

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  7. Just yummy! Yes, heliconias make for some gorgeous mosaics. Their colors remind me of sherbets. I'll think I'll have to make a run to the grocery store now.

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  8. Greetings from Southern California

    I added myself to follow your blog.
    Please visit mine and follow back if you want too.

    God bless you :-)

    ~Ron

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  9. Hi Missy. You've got a lovely blog and I do like your design. I love your picture of your books on the shelf and the list of books underneath. Very original. I wonder if you have John Brock's book: Australian Native plants of the North, a fantastic research book in which I found lots of answers and where i could identify many plants.
    I also love the Cairns Botanical Gardens. Good Idea, I must post the pics I have taken there.
    I will pop back again soon to read more. Looks like you had a good time at Sea World. Bye for now and happy gardening.

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