É a primeira vez que vejo flores de Aloe (ou babosa, como chamamos aqui).Tenha um ótimo Domingo JM! ;-)
what a sight for winter-weary eyes.
Very nice with the old building as background!God bless you!Cezar
Like big red daggers! I'm certainly enjoying the aloe and agave blooms here!
That dash of color against the beige wall is terrific.
A lembrança que tenho é que são perfumosas. E são?
I hope they won't freeze! Beautiful!
What a gorgeous colony! My arborescens is actually under the snow...
What a glorious sight for winter weary eyes, JM!! I love it! The perfect colors for lifting the spirit! Enjoy your evening!Sylvia
The color of the flowers compliments the color of the building in the background.
Wow that's a big one JM, you could make a lot of Aloe juice from that one!! Lovely red hot poker flowers.
Wonderful colours.. so warming to look at .
They are very beautiful and look so warm:)
I think I need to see if I can grow one of those indoors. I love the blooms!
Very beautiful! These plants would brighten any holiday and it's nice that the blooms stay for a few months past Christmas.
These are quite stunning, especially when in large clumps like this. Wonderful mellow light in your photo!
They look great, with those fiery red flowers!!
Beautiful... love those spikey flower heads against the subtle terracotta colored house...
We definitely don't have anything as vibrant here this Winter. Gorgeous.
That is simply beautiful.
I never realized they had lovely red blooms!
wow , lovely !
I've had a comment on this post earlier, i wonder why it didn't get through. I love your photos but i envy your travels. You were everywhere, that is real wealth already. You said you have 12 species of Tillandsia, and i saw in your defunct blog that you have a lot of cacti too, they are all very beautiful. Thanks for visiting my posts. I am your newest follower.
I used to live in Arizona where these grew quite abundantly. I love them. Great shot!
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