Redux: Hooks & Roses

This week brings me two revisits of recent topics: dressing-room hooks, and flowers planted by someone else that I can enjoy.

The same store chain; a different set of hooks.

Just across the street

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4 Responses to Redux: Hooks & Roses

  1. Judith Umbach says:

    oh yes!

    (couldn’t find how to italicize the yes)

    Thanks for looking for us.

  2. Jim Taylor says:

    Ah, bougainvillea…. These show all red, but I’ve seen them covering walls and terraces in other tropical locations, where they mixed red and yellow and orange and white… Always spectacular.

    I must see if my nursery can find me one I can grow indoors…

    Jim T

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Jim – 🙂 Yes, I saw hedges of many colours in Guatemala, also. Here, the city/county seems to plant just the red ones along the freeways, but a house around the corner from us has mingled red and purple. Lovely. Good luck with the nursery.

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