Spring in the sub-tropics feels and looks like summer. Most local gardens have moved beyond budding into the first (of many!) flower cycles. This gaillardia, re-seeded from last year, seems to like it hot and sunny,
Ditto my Florida cardinal Caladium, locally bred to produce thicker leaves for better sun tolerance.
These are the days when temps and humidity soar to the 90s, and late day downpours are an everyday given. This next photo illustrates our humid, hot, hazy Spring so perfectly, I almost tagged it #iconic. 🙂 Right now it’s 4pm, and you can see the haze is settling in:
Don’t you just love those sherbet colors? 🙂 I sure do!
Until next time….
🙂 🙂 🙂
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