Enjoy the pictures!
This red hibiscus is loving the weather right now!
Mexican Heather hasn't even noticed that it's hot and dry
Blue Plumbago is as pretty as ever!
Firecracker plant~another one that doesn't seem to be bothered by the weather
This hardy hibiscus, Moy Grande, is doing great in this weather. The blooms are beautiful until around noon and then they start shriveling, but it has at least one open bloom on it each day.
This hibiscus gets a lot of shade and hasn't stopped blooming
Mrs. Jimmy Spangler~this bloom made me sad, it's a beautiful hibiscus, but the heat has taken its toll and the blooms aren't near as pretty right now as they usually are.
This is a hibiscus I just bought this week, it's one of the braided hibiscus.
Bat Face~I don't think this plant even realizes that it's hot outside, it is doing so good and is crowding out everything near it, it's a beautiful plant and has been in full bloom all summer long.
The roses are also doing pretty well
A type of Salvia, gets full sun and hardly any water and it's grown so much!
Mexican Petunia is also in full sun and little water and is beautiful
My plumeria is beautiful and has 4 blooms open, I love it!!
Hot Lips Salvia is just surviving right now, very few blooms...
Purple Majestly Salvia~this plant does wilt some, but always perks back up.
old swing from my parents, for now I have hibiscus on it, it was too hot for them in the sun so I moved them out under the trees.
Painted Lady Hibiscus~this bloom should be a beautiful bright pink, instead of such a pale pink, I assume the heat has caused the bloom to be faded
This bloom is supposed to be watermelon color~another victim of the heat, I guess.
Ha~wandering jew, I don't think there is anything that could ever slow this plant down!
red salvia, not blooming as much, but still pretty
this little lizard was enjoying the shade
this pink salvia perked up after our rain last week