Tuesday, December 10, 2013

My balcony garden with Poinsettias, Mums and Coleus

My balcony is looking rather dressed these days with Chrysanthemums, Coleus and my favorite Poinsettias. Every year I take a trip to the nursery around November and buy some Poinsettias which I then flaunt on my balcony. The plants this year are rather small and two of them have lost a branch each so they are looking even smaller now. Poinsettia branches sadly are rather brittle!

I grow the Chrysanthemums on my rooftop terrace garden as it gets good sunlight unlike my lawn which is shaded by huge trees growing just outside the boundary wall of my house. Once the buds make an appearance, we take the pots down to the balcony where we can enjoy them even more.
 Rows of Chrysanthemum pots on the terrace.
And brought down to the balcony now.


  1. Replies
    1. Haven't counted but quite a few!

    2. Hi Sujata,
      Please check my Chrysanthemums, hope you like it :)


  2. Wow, you do love Chrysanthemums. What great colour you must enjoy!

  3. heerlijk z,on balkontuin de ruimte hebt je wel optimaal benut.

  4. Your balcony garden is so colorful and lovely. I love a lot of colors and flowers.

  5. Thank you and thanks for dropping by, Ela!

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