Visual Meanderings

2015-06-21 13.00.21

2015-07-14 10.03.22

Florida Hibiscuis

About Colleen M. Chesebro

Colleen M. Chesebro is an American Novelist & Poet who loves writing paranormal fantasy and magical realism, cross-genre fiction, syllabic poetry, and creative nonfiction. She loves all things magical which may mean that she could be experiencing her second childhood—or not. That part of her life hasn’t been fully decided yet. A few years ago, a mystical experience led her to renew her passion for writing and storytelling. These days she resides in the fantasy realm of the Faery Writer where she writes the magical poetry and stories that the fairy nymphs whisper to her in her dreams. Colleen won the “Little and Laugh” Flash Fiction Contest sponsored by the Carrot Ranch Literary Community on November 2017, and in 2018, she won first place for the “Twisted Travel” category. Colleen lives in Arizona with her husband. When she is not writing, Colleen enjoys spending time with her husband. She also loves gardening, reading, and crocheting old-fashioned doilies into works of art. Learn more about Colleen on
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  1. Fabulous colours!

  2. Wonderful to see summer flowers now that fall is upon us – almost. 🙂

  3. Reblogged this on Anita & Jaye Dawes and commented:
    Beautiful flowers!

  4. I’ve never seen the top variety of double or triple hibiscus. The bottom one is like one of mine and I love the color.

    • They both (the peach and pink) were an unusual find. I have been growing them in pots here because they usually die in the winter. It has been getting down to 17 degrees here so that is making a huge difference. I need to post pictures of my ginger. It is huge now! 😀 Thanks and I am so glad you enjoyed. <3

  5. Very beautiful Colleen, wish you a better day tomorrow: -)

  6. You know Silver, we call them “Gulmohar” in Hindi 🙂
    Anand 🙂

  7. Beautiful! This had me reading up about them – not only a stunning flower but also used to make drinks, edible with lots of health benefits, I never knew, but personally would keep them in the garden to give constant joy.

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