Lovely new blossoms

I’m growing okra for the first time, and these blossoms, apart from being very attractive, signalled the fruit was close behind.

I’ve included them in xingfumamas Whatsoever is Lovely challenge. The plant is a type of hibiscus, which explains the blossom, and the okra really did follow very fast, with every sign it will continue flowering and fruiting.

4 Comments

    1. I’ve never noticed how long hibiscus flowers open for, and will watch for this, now, as these specimens last maybe 2 days, giving way to the fruit at their base.

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