Wednesday, December 11, 2013

My roof top terrace garden

All I will say is that I am rather pleased with my roof top terrace garden these days!
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20 comments:

  1. Lot of balcony space, it is a luxury and so nice that you are putting good use to it.

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    1. Thanks Indrani...this is up on the roof of my house.

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  2. So many varieties in so many pots and so neatly organized. Looks as though you have your own nursery only thing missing is container veggies :) How fun would that be to walk out on your roof top and pick baby greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers....

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    1. I completely agree Sukhmandir and I would try to grow veggies if it wasn't for the monkey menace in our area!

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  3. I'd be very pleased too if I had all those varieties. I like how you have grouped them together.
    Joy - ABC Team

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    1. Thanks Joy! I like to group the same kind of plants together. Looks more tidy and impactful!

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  4. It looks like a professional nursery! very beautiful garden.

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  5. very beautiful wide area. you are making good use of it :)

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  6. Hi you have real good stuff of foliage and i can see those chrysanthemums buds all over pots you must be excited to peep into their colours and awaiting for there blooms !!

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  7. This is what is actually called a terrace garden! Great effort, Sujata. BTW, I can see more of foliage plants, than flowering plants? Anything specific? I believe your chrysanthemums must be bloming by now. I'd love to see the blooms. One more thing, I hope you don't keep that plant in front of that AC's outdoor unit, when it's operational.

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    1. Hi CyberKID! Well actually, I always plant the seedlings on the terrace and keep them there till they bloom as the roof top gets good sun. Once they bloom we take the pots down to the floors below where we can enjoy them more! Currently I have Dahlia, Petunia, Pansy seedlings, Amaryllis bulbs on the roof top which will be blooming in the coming months! In fact a couple of the Pansies have already flowered. The Kalanchoes are ready to bloom too. And you can see the Chrysanthemeum blooms in the post below. And its always good to have you drop by!

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  8. oh god! Hi , your roof is like heaven for people like me .you have a beautiful terrace.. I like gardening. i have a small terrace garden . I like flowering plant more. I got salvia, petunia, china pink, Guldaudi (Chrysanthemum) , Abuja, merigold dahilia and some other plant which are blooming now. I got a question for you can Chrysanthemum grow through seed. if yes where can I find them on the plant. bye

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  9. Wow!!
    I get to see the overall roof garden in your place.
    Truly spectacular!

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  10. I would like to know what type of manure mix is best for pots. I use 10 % gobar as manure .

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  11. Very nice and your plants all look so healthy.

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