This morning the air was almost cool! It was so refreshing. But of course, it got hot later in the day. But soon that heat will come to an end.
I love the Morning Glories in the morning. They are so beautiful and somehow cheerful in their greeting as I walk out the back door.
As I've mentioned before, I didn't really plan to have as many of them as I do have. I did plan for the Cardinal Climbers and Cypress Vines, though. And I am impressed at how well they look with the Morning Glories. The red flower above belongs to the Cypress Vine. And the red flower below belongs to the Cardinal Climber.
The Cardinal Climbers and the Cypress Vines and the Morning Glories all belong to the genus Ipomoea, so I call them cousins.
Just after I snapped the picture below, I realized that I had accidentally captured a hummingbird in the photo! It is that blur in the top right corner. (You can click on the picture for a larger view, if you want.)
I really didn't plan this, but I love the way the purple Morning Glories and its red cousins look with the red and purple of the Bat-faced Cuphea! Plants sure have a way of making their own stunning combinations.
Have a beautiful day!
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