My flowers today were taken at Wahiawa Gardens, in Oahu, Hawaii.
Today's Flowers open on Friday at 12.00 a.m. and closes the following Thursday at 11.00 p.m. Information about this meme can be found here.
I don't know the names except for the one above, which is a Pineapple Ginger.
Once again, information on Today's Flowers can be found here.
This meme was originally created by Luiz Santillia, Jr. Thank you Luiz!
I am linking with the following, with my thanks to our hosts for such wonderful memes. Please click on their names to visit other participants.
Hetty at Tuinverhalen (Garden Stories)
Frauke at Floral Friday Fotos
Aquariann at Flower Friday
Laura at I Heart Macro
Judith at Mosaic Monday
Laura at I Heart Macro
You found a lot of Beauties! Have a happy weekend ... FraukeReplyDelete
beautiful tropical blooms! have a beautiful weekend!ReplyDelete
wonderful photos of all this special beauties.
Best regards, Synnöve
I have seen all of these here and love them, i have not ever seen the pineapple ginger. it is beautifulReplyDelete
Good morning, Denise! Lovely flowers and images. The mosaic is beautiful. Stay warm and safe, the storm is coming. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Hawaii? You lucky one. Enjoy the sunshine and thanks for linking in. Groetjes HettyReplyDelete
They're lush and vibrant!ReplyDelete
What an eye popping gift this is!!! So beautiful - and a lovely contrast to the cold, icy look outside . . . Thank You!!! (please stay warm, i know now is headed your direction . . . love & love to you!)ReplyDelete
Hi Denise! I see you have a new blog, too. The flowers are absolutely gorgeous. I tried to link up with my new site, but Linky got hung up.ReplyDelete
Pretty plants! Delaware is on a winter storm watch, too, but my town is so close to the ocean that the snow might turn to rain tomorrow. Stay safe!ReplyDelete
Thanks for all my familiar pals shown beautifully, D!ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers in Hawaii, Denise! Thank you for the new link. Keeping fingers crossed for the safety of the houses and properties in your area - stay warm too:)ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers from Hawaii, Denise! Thank you for the link. Keeping fingers crossed that this storm won't damage properties and people will stay safe!ReplyDelete
Exotic and lush. I would love to go to Hawaii one day. xxReplyDelete
Denise, Aloha. Beautiful array of flowers. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Oh, these are so beautiful...I really love that pineapple ginger!ReplyDelete
The third one from the bottom is a beautiful shot with the back light on the flowers.ReplyDelete
Very different from the flowers we see here - so pretty Denise.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful selection!! Thank you for hosting.ReplyDelete
There are some many ways to be a flower - nice shots.ReplyDelete
Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Beautiful flowers. I hope you are staying warm and safe.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Denise! A Paradise of flowers indeed.ReplyDelete
The big leaves/red flowers are firebush, I'd say. Hamelia patens
I see those flowers all over the place, but you made them look extra gorgeous!ReplyDelete
These are wonderful flowers. I am quite surprised that I see some of them here in New Zealand. I never thought I'd be so close to 'paradise'!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos and plants!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos to look at, especially in the middle of a harsh winter.ReplyDelete
Very beautiful colorful flowers.ReplyDelete
The ginger family flowers are so different.
A perfect a Hawaiian daydream of a post :-) What gorgeous images!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful tropical blooms, so warming to look at on a cold winter day. The first and maybe third are Begonias. The fourth came up on google looking like Odontonema cuspidatum – Mottled Toothedthread. I love tubular red flowers, I always imagine hummingbirds visiting.ReplyDelete
What beautiful tropical flowers are! Your mosaic is a pretty art!
Gorgeous flowers Denise!ReplyDelete
Hawaii sounds nice in January.ReplyDelete
Magnificent blossoms, I can imagine their sweet scents! Thanks so much for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro ♥ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots of this lush and colourful piece of Eden!ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking part in the Floral Friday Foto meme.