A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
Jack, as you say, know some flowers, but not others. I am no expert on tropical flowers. I especially like the smile on the last one. And, thank you for your recent comments. They are always appreciated.
It's wonderful to see those flowers, Jack! Nice smile your neighbor has!
You've brightened up my day. I was looking for some color and you supplied it.
The first one is the Nerium Oleander in Brazil it is known as 'Sneezer' (espirradeira); the second, Plumbago Auriculata 'Beautiful Emilia' (bela emília, though the leaves are more delicate here); after the Hibiscus, Spatodea Auriculata. The last ones I don't know.
Very cheerful! I'm poor in identifying flowers as well.
These look like flowers you'd find in Hawaii. I'd be happy to go there and double check if you'd like. And I do like your portrait of Suzanne. She looks like a very nice person.
All attractive flowers, especially Suzanne.
Oh yes! That last shot is the winner Jack 😀
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