Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Jubilant Spring

Its that time of year which is anticipated all year .The weather is almost perfect for flora,there is a cool breeze with moderate sunlight that is best suitable for plants to flourish. 

                                                      Nasturtium welcoming spring

                                                           Clarkia elegans

                                                              Calendula blooms

Nigella grown from seeds


                                                                      Castor blooming

Endless blooms of Petunias

                                                          Dahlias grown from seeds 

Attractive Gazanias


Self seeders Dimorpotheca

Phlox beauty

                                                       Kalanchoe flowering in full bloom


French Marigold

Pink Tecoma vine

                                                                 Crossandra beauty

                                                                 Self seeder Larkspur

                                                   GAzania in Miniature garden

Drumstick flowering for the first time

                                                         Trailing Petunias on porches

                                                                     Salvia red beauty

                                                                   Single Dahlia

                                                       Tithonia feels like summer annuals already

                                                         Helichrysum or Paper Flower

                                                      Self seeders really brings spring alive

Monday, 12 March 2018

Cherry tomatoes from seeds

Last year I bought seeds of tomatoes on which  it was labeled  Wild Texas cherry tomatoes.They were planted 4 months back,to my surprise all seeds germinated .

                                                       Tomatoes ripened now

I planted few seeds in a container in November last year                                                                           

and covered them with thin layer of  cocopeat ,within two weeks all seeds were germinated and were transplanted after a month from sowing .                                                                                

After two months first set of flowers appeared that was one thrilling experience                            

Fruiting started within a month on all plants                                                                              

Spring is in full swing although daytime is getting hotter with every passing time .My Anemones grown from bulbs have came to bloom after a wait of almost four months.                                    


Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Floral abundance with onset of spring

Winters being moderate this year encouraged onset of spring flowers earlier than its time.Spring is the most awaited season in the garden when grass is green ,garden is filled with freshness of fragrance from flowers.

Tibouchiana is interesting shrub with startling blooms 

Miniature carnation with sweet fragrance

Ranunculus blooms are eye catchy of all

Dahlia attracts lots of bees everyday

Cineraria are  best to brighten up shady areas of garden

Calcecoria or Ladies slipper is the most unusual flower of spring 

Fuschia blooms with onset of spring

Nasturtium in hanging planters 

Trailing lobelia in hanging baskets 

Begnonia vine all covered with blooms with favorable weather

Acroclinium with papery texture in hand

Candytuft with abstract design of art

Cornflowers are sparklers in sunshine

GAzania beauty

Antirrhinum or popular known as Dog flower

Popular for making garlands marguerita daisy

Rows of Calendula is a scene to adore

Sweet Peas waft fragrance within atmostphere

Impatiens are another shade lovers plants

How beauty a weed could be ?

Alyssum with honey alike fragrance

Spring is not only about  colorful blooms,but about onset of  new energy in the soul .

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