Isabelle Member Posts: 953
edited September 2009 in Off Topic
Here's one of my red frangipanis:


  • Bristlenose_boy93
    Bristlenose_boy93 Member Posts: 122
    Beautifal Isabelle!!! Nice flowers they are and a nice scent!

  • Mooo
    Mooo Moderator Posts: 7,653
    One of my favorite flowers/trees, Beautiful Izzy, Just Beautiful.. <!-- s:thumbright: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_thumright.gif" alt=":thumbright:" title="thumbright" /><!-- s:thumbright: -->
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  • 321clayt
    321clayt Member Posts: 766
    Good photo <!-- s:drool1: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/droool.gif" alt=":drool1:" title="drool1" /><!-- s:drool1: -->

    I'm glad you included the photo as I wouldn't have clue what you were talking about there <!-- s:laugh2: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/lol-1.gif" alt=":laugh2:" title="laugh2" /><!-- s:laugh2: -->
  • yoko
    yoko Member Posts: 798
    Lovely photo of a Lovely plant!!! I love there smell!!! <!-- s:king: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_king.gif" alt=":king:" title="king" /><!-- s:king: -->
  • neil
    neil Member Posts: 240
    Used to love gardening on Darwin, lots of Frannies, whites, reds, and the dogs used to climb them! Had a 4m Umbrella tree at our back door in Stuart Park, which used to live on beer dregs all year, and some water during the wet. Bloody Lorikeets would come and eat the red seeds/berries, what a racquet!!!!!! Certainly miss the variety of plants you could grow.
  • Redfighter
    Redfighter Member Posts: 129
    sounds like heaven to grow such plants....although i breed lorikeets they would not be anywhere neasr my flowies <!-- s:dance6: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/Boogiedancing.gif" alt=":dance6:" title="dance6" /><!-- s:dance6: -->
  • Isabelle
    Isabelle Member Posts: 953
    We have lorikeets, red tail black cockies, sulfur crested and corellas around here and they have never been near the frangipanis - touch wood!