Today’s post is devoted to RED, the color for Valentine’s Day. Wear RED – and make a statement for women’s heart health.
Don’t forget to give your sweetie a gift card from Amazon! There are all sorts of garden tools, books, and chocolates available – whatever s/he might want. Check out the link in the right-hand column. It’s a great “last minute” gift for those of you who forgot (or are wondering what in the world to buy)!
Probably in the top five of my favorite fruits you will find strawberries. The ones shown above are grown here on the Big Island and are the sweetest I have ever tasted. This is just about the time of year when we expect to get the very best.
If you read my post in December on poinsettias, you’ll remember how huge they become here in Hawai`i. They are still in full bloom along the roads, by the way. It will be another month before they begin to fade.
The color of red provides such a lift to gardens! This bromeliad donates her spot of red to the gray-black lava where she grows.
On the shelf under one of my kitchen windows, I grow a row of potted red geraniums.
And I can’t forget the flower that many people associate with Hawai`i, the red hibiscus.
You can expect my regular weekend post tomorrow when I bring you Bob Elhard’s yard sculpture.
A hui ho!
Lucy – wishing everyone a very happy Valentine’s Day!