Summer Scents

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This is a photo of one of my many plumeria plants. My boyfriend is Japanees/Hawiian and was raised there. His family still all resides in the islands. We visit Hawaii regulary and this is where I fell in love with these trees.


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Paterna - Oct 13, 2015 03:32 PM EDT
I'm looking fowarrd to coming to some more sessions and presenting will be a great experience! I hope I can get more teachers from my school attending these sorts of sessions as I'm sure they'd find the very valuable. Thanks for your comment!
Guest - May 07, 2007 08:10 AM EDT
Lovely image - and a beautiful flower.
Guest - May 06, 2007 06:14 PM EDT
Beautiful photo. I love plumeria. They are such beautiful fragrant flowers.
Guest - May 06, 2007 03:22 PM EDT
Beautiful plant! Carol
Guest - May 06, 2007 01:33 PM EDT
Oh, I bet they did!!! I love glazed pots. The piggyback was sure a smart plant to use also, as they grow so well and are hard to kill.
Guest - May 06, 2007 01:17 PM EDT
Clever lady! I bet those gifts are highly appreciated. In another life (a.k.a. when my children were small) I taught ceramics. A few weeks before Mothers Day I took over the crafts program at our preschool story hour. The first week I had the kids make pots from stoneware clay. After they dried I glazed the insides as stoneware is waterproof. The second week they planted piggy-back plants in them as I had an abundance of them. Their mothers loved them. Vicki
Guest - May 06, 2007 12:50 PM EDT
Thanks for your warm comments TravlynWomyn, sparkle, and Donwrob. I currently have 30 plants In different stages of growth. For different parties I usually give these away for gifts. At My christmas party people were fighting over my plumeria plant. Unfortunately their is no creative ways to wap these guys. LOL
Guest - May 06, 2007 08:56 AM EDT
Well, thanks for solving the plumeriagrl name mystery for us :-). A super capture of a beautiful flower. I bet they are as fragrant as they are colorful. They are very unique looking, almost like they might have come from Mars :-). Don
Guest - May 06, 2007 08:38 AM EDT
What beautiful plumeria plants.
Guest - May 06, 2007 08:03 AM EDT
So THAT's where your name comes grom, PG! How lovely. This image is beautiful and serene. The colors are great. Vicki

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