Sunday, January 5, 2014

Flowers and Foliage in 2013 - A glimpse

Zooming up close!


















And below, a promise of things to come in 2014!


32 comments:

  1. Your have a beautiful garden! I especially love your dahlia's. Dahlia is my favorite flower!
    Cheers!
    Rachel

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  2. As I sit in chilly North Carolina, the warmth of these colors embrace me. I love your Dahlia's!

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  3. Beautiful flowers! I love the dahlias.

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  4. Beautiful colors and wonderful flower arrangements
    Greetings !

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  5. Such beautiful flowers and plants! The daliahs are really wonderful!

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  6. It is wonderful to see this abundance of color on a day that is so gray where I am.

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  7. The flowers are all very beautiful. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

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  8. You have such a beautiful garden!! It reminds me of my home in Shillong!

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  9. Thanks for visiting my garden blog.
    I was never good with Dahlias.
    Its my mum's favourite plant. It was doing good in her garden but somehow the new hybirds seemed to be dying all the time.
    I see most of the flowers you have are so colourful and challenging in my garden.
    Truly you have a green thumb to cultivate these rare beauties.

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    1. Thanks for visiting James! I too love Dahlias and am looking forward to the blooms!

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  10. You have some lovely dahlias. And what a lot of things you have in pots, I wonder what they are all going to be? Are they cuttings or do you grow a lot from seed?
    Chloris

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    1. Those are Dahlias, Petunias and Pansies. I bought them from a local nursery. They were all in seed trays so I imagine they must have been grown from seeds. Last year I grew petunias from seeds that I had saved. Was quite pleased with the results!

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  11. Hi, what vast variety of containers have you used thats good ,I can see those sweets container too filled up with the plants .
    enjoy the blooms!!!!!

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    1. Well, I have run out of containers so I used anything I could lay my hands on!! Thanks for visiting.

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  12. hi Sujata , i m realy facinated by your roof top gardening.........i love ur stunning red and white color petunia.......... why you didnt try to grow Tuberose ( rajnigandha )... growing season is ahead feb and march...

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    1. Hi Anusha. I do have 4 pots of Rajnigandha. Will post pictures when they bloom.
      Thanks for visiting!

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  13. Aren't they absolutely gorgeous! Must have been a lot of effort to nurture a pretty garden. :)

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  14. I confess this is a copy and paste message - but I want to get around as many nature and garden bloggers in the Southern Hemisphere as I can in a short time.
    Through my blog Loose and Leafy a growing company of bloggers are choosing a tree and following it for a year. There's a list of participants and a bit of information on our Tree Following page
    By 'following' I mean observing when it does things, when things happen to it, the plants and creatures which grow on and around it . . . then posting what we see and linking up on 7th of every month. There's a link box which will stay open for 7 days and you'll find the March one here
    Currently, though, we are all in the Northern Hemisphere and this strikes me as a bit unbalanced. It would be wonderful to compare notes with people whose trees are heading into autumn just as ours are sprouting new growth. And it would be good to have different kinds of trees too. Perhaps you would consider joining us?
    Apologies for leaving copied-out comment but I hope, none the less, you will be tempted to join in.
    Lucy

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  15. Buy flower and vegetable seeds online at http://www.agricart.in

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  16. Flowers give fragrance and beauty to our world.There are a lots of colorful flowers in earth.
    Kitchen garden seeds

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  17. Nice blog mam... I am a regular reader of ur blog.....m a new Gardner but a lot of 'how to's' in my mind regard gardening in pots.... need some guidance related to manure, pest control etc... ur email is not at ur profile
    Thanks

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  19. Such a lovely flowers in images. I am doing flower gardening from last month itself. I am taking flower seeds online from a website. I got very good results.
    Thank you for this post. I would like to take tips from you.

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