I found this bright yellow flower among the masses of snow-on-the-mountain. Isn’t it pretty? I saw it in the corner only after I had taken the photo.
The lovely, the different, creeps into our lives in unexpected, silent ways, and it’s up to us to pay attention and honour the visit.
I think these lovely flowers are miniature petunias, but I’m not sure.
Aren’t they pretty?
So fresh and bright. 🙂
The towering hibiscus bushes are in full bloom right now. Many of them are three metres (10 feet) or more tall.
Originally from Korea, and in fact the national flower of Korea, these bushes are now a part of many gardens and parks here in the Okanagan.
In the United States they are known as Rose of Sharon, but they aren’t related to roses at all. Frilly and pretty, they add a lovely blowsy richness to the landscape.
Happy Thursday from the flowering hibiscus of the Okanagan Valley. 🙂