Thursday, July 28, 2005


The beautiful red seeds of coral bean. In an earlier hummer plant post (5 June 2005) I showed the red tubular flowers of the coral bean plant. Now, it's almost August and the hummingbirds will soon be leaving FL to fly across the Gulf to winter in Central America. They have raised their young successfully and pollinated the coral bean ensuring another generation of both hummingbirds and their food source. Posted by Picasa

4 comments:

Juli said...

Just wanted to say hello from another blogger in north FL. I'm in Jax and saw your link on The Farmer's Wife blog.

Floridacracker said...

Welcome Girlonaglide!
Is that glide as in Harley "Electraglide"?
Take care.

Juli said...

Yes, it is. :) Saw your comment on my site, thanks. I rode my Electra Glide to Mesa Verde last year... as well as 70 other National Parks in 25 states.

Juli said...

Yes, it is. :) Saw your comment on my site, thanks. I rode my Electra Glide to Mesa Verde last year... as well as 70 other National Parks in 25 states.