Oh I love bougainvillea too! Such pretty and cheerful pink flowers. We have lots of it here in Florida.
Doze is purty flowers. Hope yoo guyz is enjoying yoor weekend.
Lovely! Those are pretty flowers. :) Love the colour! :)
We have those on our porch too! They are beautiful!
Lovely. We would rarely see those up here in NY!Amy in NYhttp:/www.homeschoolblogger.com/workinprogress
Very nice! That is a tasty looking colorful plant.
oh i love those too! they grow in the ground in florida and in all kinds of colors too! but watch out for the stickers!smiles, bee
Those are beautiful flowers. I wonder if they are tasty too...
I'm sure I'd like to watch those flowers from the dining room window. Especially if bees visit them.
Those are lovely flowers! We also have lots of them in California, and Mom really loves them!TaraDid someone say bees?????
Hey, those are one of *my mom's favorite flowers also! They were all over Phoenix, and one was in her yard, but they don't grow outside here in New Mexico. Instead we have to settle for oleanders. She says it's not the same.
P.S. Silky's tail is about a foot long, as is Ninna's. I weigh almost twice as much as either of them do, and I'm taller, too.
Oooooh! (we can't pronounce that word!)
Those are beautiful, and my favorite color - pink!!Lucy
Those are beeyootyfull cullers. We don't get those Boogie Villa flowers here.
That is one of DKM's most favorite as well!
That's onna my momma's favorite flowers, too! Bee-yootiful, and yes, so color-full!Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!
We have bouganvilla, too! We have gold, magenta, and deep purple, too. Mom put it by the windows to keep people from tryin' to get in ... Terrific thorns!DMM
Those are very beautiful. We don't have any of them.
I love bougainvilliea's bright colors!We can't grow them up here in the north, but I've never seen one in a hanging basket before -- -nurseries up here should sell them in baskets!
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