• The Universal Soul Circus

    Another performance by the Universal Soul circus.  It contains a large percentage of performers who are African American.  The circus performs all over the world where they are headquartering in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Sunscreen poinsettia

    A designer image with early spring trees in background. Tall pine trees and palm in background.  The poinsettia is a native plant of Mexico.

    These durable and tough plants can grow almost anywhere.  There many sizes, colors and shapes of blooms.  "The head of a sunflower is actually composed of a mass of hundreds of tine flowers called florets"
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    A beautiful design from my garden’s imagination.  Here is a plant with beautiful red and green colors. Placed against a background is early March springtime weather.
  • was to America in 1834 by Joel Roberts Poinsett, a botanist from South Carolina in 1834.  He was our first Ambassador.
  • Red Patch flower is

    A called a bed of flowers because they grow on the ground in spring-like weather.  These flowers were found at my favorite zoo garden. Official name unknown at present.
  • There are many sizes of trees and berry types for this beautiful variety of holly-berry trees. Winterberry, Nellie R Stevens, Southern living, Berry Poppins, LEX holly which there 480 species. Dahoon holly berries present themselves interest for those who love them

    This beautiful poinsettia is special for its appearance of grey background.  This is a combination of pure sunshine and forest green shade. As soon as Christmas is over for the season, place the plant out in the sun and watch it grow.
  • An exotic array of spring flowers that thrive in group setting with other flowers in a bed setting.  These were found in Orlando, Florida while I attended a family reunion in Atlanta, Georgia.  Since I always am camera ready, I took a chance to get what I could over the fence.
  • This little beauty is precious to anyone who looks at it.  I have to remove it from display whenever little children come over because they adore it.
  • Orange-pink Flamingos

    at home at the Jacksonville zoo. From a family of waddling birds.  Their family name (Phoenicopteridae. They are distributed throughout the Americas I  $40.00 including the Caribbean’s.
  • Jacksonville Cityscape

    Downtown Jacksonville via the Mainstreet bridge and the once famous Jacksonville landing

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