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Really pretty blooms today. Love the bright Azalea!
You have some pretty flowers growing in your yard. Nice photos. Thanks for stopping by.
The Azalea is beautiful and the pictures of it show its uniqueness. I have never seen a Brazillion Red Hot before - or if I did, I could not identify it. Nice post.Sweetie
Love the leaf colors on the "Red Hot". It is a strange time for an azalea to bloom. The color is amazing! Beautiful! Jean
I have an Encore Azalea, it is in full bloom right now. I am terrible, have not even taken a photo of it.Go back to Woody's Place to see my answer to your comment.
I love the brilliance of the color on the azalea!
Very pretty blooms! I have an Encore Azalea too and it's just starting to bloom.Manuela
I love your new banner - that flower is beautiful.
Wow your azalea is really late or maybe you are getting a second bloom from it. the "red hot" is a neat looking plant.
the Brazilian Red Hot is fantastic and HOT!
What a nice surprise! I have an azalea I rarely get to see flower. These silly men who take care of the gardening for our complex keeps cutting it back before it flowers!!!!
Thank you all for the nice comments on my flowers..all of the flowers I photograph are in my yard. I did not know that my Azalea would be blooming now, normally they are the first to bloom in spring. Love Surprises like that!
That Azalea is confused Darla, but very vibrant & pretty.
Darla: Very nice Red Azelea.
WOW... the Azalea still looks amazing regardless of the time of the year... shhhhh... not too loud otherwise it may stop looking so attractive!Thanks so much for popping by my blog! I appreciate it!!Mountain Retreat
Love your flowers, Darla. You have a lot of them! Some Azaleas will bloom again in the fall.
Well, I certainly learned something here. I didn't know azaleas sometimes re-bloomed in fall. My neighbor's wisteria started re-blooming (really blooming; it got cut off with a spring frost) in August. A gardener from the west of England told me they often re-bloom in her area. Who knew? Isn't the Web a great place to find things out?
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