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Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Blue Hibiscus in Belgium

Sometimes you find plants growing in places where you least expect or certain species growing where you thought they could not grow. In this case it is various varieties of Hibiscus growing in Europe. Here are photos of two hibiscus plants one the size of a small tree or a large shrub and the other still smallish. We can argue if the shades are blue or lavender or some other shade but I am sure everyone will agree that they are quite amazing and unusual.

Blue Hibiscus

Blue Hibiscus shrub

Blue Hibiscus

Blue Hibuscus

Blue Hibiscus

Lavender (?) Hibiscus

Lavender (?) Hibiscus

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