Przepiękny kształt kwiatu i kolor. Pozdrawiam.Beautiful flower shape and color. Yours.
you have such fabulous plants there! or perhaps its because you've got summer while we're very bland here! :)
Wonderful to see... your lovely flowers have really warmed me up. xx
Great shots and beautiful flower!Love to see blue sky, here the sky is grey.Have a beautiful day.
Gorgeous blooms and a lovely blue sky. It looks like a beautiful day.
I love how the Grevillea brings out the native birds. Shame it also brings outs the noisy miners which are the bane of my life down here, with their sudden darts to ward off each and every intruder. Not a sparrow or a finch in sight anymore down here in the suburbs. Just noisy and common miners/minors/mynhahs and currawongs, and ibis.
Wonderful captures of a fascinating flower!
Lovely!!! We are having snow here in Salem, Oregon at our house...does not happen often!Hugs,Jan
So gorgeous. I envy you with your gorgeous birds and wildlife. Please show a pic with the Lori's breakfasting.
That's a beautiful flower and lovely against the blue sky.
What a beautiful photo of the flower and the blue sky.Barb
These are gorgeous flowers Carole!
That is a real beauty with a full flowerhead unlike most Grevilleas that are more one sided.
What a perfectly wonderful tree/shrub!!! Beautiful flowers!!! I wonder if it would grow here...
Very unique flowers!Thanks for dropping by...www.womenandperspectives.com
Not sure where you're living Judy but from your recent blog posts I see lots of 'frost'. Grevilleas wouldn't take kindly to the intense cold.
Grevilleas are always lovely with those curling stamens, whatever species they are. I miss them, because we don't have them here.
Spectacular blooms and photos!!
Mmm...love those spiky-yet-soft looking flowers! Beautiful colors too!
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