Monday, July 23, 2007

Flowers Abound North and South

It was really ironic to see that flowers grow really large
and lush in both Key West and Alaska. On the island,
the hibiscus and bouganvilla were gorgeous; in Alaska,
I saw some begonias, geraniums, and snapdragons that
were huge. In Key West, the houses are really close
together, and they don't have very big yards, but often
every available square inch was planted with a blooming
specimen of some kind. The clapboard Victorian cottages
are painted bright, sunny colors, and are surrounded by
palettes of yellow, orange, lavender, pink and green.

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