Saturday, June 05, 2010

What does bromeliads and weeds have in comments?

Both thrive in the summer hot, humid and rainy weather of South Florida. These are some of the bromeliads thriving in my garden this week; I will spare you pictures of the weeds.




Thank you for all the nice comments, I’m doing better from my injury, but my only activity in the garden these days is that of taking pictures.
My family and I are taking our yearly summer vacation to Sanibel Island in the west coast of Florida next week, so I will be away from my garden and blog for a few days

7 comments:

Ami said...

Ooh, beautiful bromeliads! I have your first and the last ones, the third one is similar to one of mine as well, but mine is not in blooming and seems smaller. Have a good vacation, and a full recovery of you injury!

Nicole said...

Wishing you well on your recovery. My husband fell off his bike last year and dislocated his shoulder, so we were recently though that. These bromeliads look lovely.

ChrisC said...

Love your bromeliads! Have a great time on Sanibel.We always do!

Floridagirl said...

Wonderful neo collection! Bromeliads do thrive in Florida conditions, don't they? Have a great vacation! Enjoy the gardens on Sanibel.

My Little Family: said...

Happy bromeliad season!

jodi (bloomingwriter) said...

Hope the healing continues nicely, and that you have a wonderful time on your vacation! I bet your garden will be a happy jungle when you get back.

Susan said...

The broms are much prettier than some nasty old weeds. Yours are real beauties, and I'll bet they're enjoying this hot muggy weather. Have a wonderful time in Sanibel.