Just another Florida winter

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Florida flowers: The phenomenal flaming torch

This unique flower reminds me of the very first flower post I did on this blog, which ended up being quite popular and fueled all the numerous flower posts I've done since that time. Here it is: Florida foliage: The strange bottlebrush flower. As it turns out there's good reason for the connection as both … Continue reading Florida flowers: The phenomenal flaming torch

Seasonal transitions… and carnation pink hibiscus

Halloween is over and I’m kinda missing it already. Time to make the transition into a different season and Halloween lovers might be feeling a bit bummed out at the thought of having to muster up all that holiday cheer. It all seems especially difficult this year. Everything has been so incredibly crazy! So much … Continue reading Seasonal transitions… and carnation pink hibiscus

Florida photos: Lake Baldwin, before the rain…

Late summer afternoons in Florida are typified by three states of being: 1. It’s raining. 2. It’s getting ready to rain. 3. It just rained. Yes, it does get a bit tiring but then one has to remember that this is what makes Florida so gloriously green. Plus, I do love rain clouds... and rainy … Continue reading Florida photos: Lake Baldwin, before the rain…

How to grow your own coconut tree

I know, I know, you’ve just been sitting around your house contemplating how to grow a coconut tree in your yard or even your house. Yes, I did say your house. Well, I’m here to say it can be done! Photo by Asad Photo Maldives on Pexels.com As one perceptive and observant reader pointed out, … Continue reading How to grow your own coconut tree

Beautiful Florida: St. John’s River, alligators and the plight of cows

St. John’s River winds slowly through the Eastern part of north and central Florida. It’s a wonderfully picturesque river well known to be teeming with alligators. So, one day a friend of mine told me she wanted to see some alligators. Considering it was early afternoon on a sunny, sweltering hot day in mid-August I … Continue reading Beautiful Florida: St. John’s River, alligators and the plight of cows

Disney World reopens!

Strange times, at Disney World, my friend. Imagine going to the happiest place on earth wearing face covering and trying your best to social distance! Just imagine riding Space Mountain or The Rock 'n' Roller Coaster wearing a mask. CNN News: (Photo by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) The opening has been praised by … Continue reading Disney World reopens!