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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Garden Beauty


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Sunny bright bloom, my glorious Moss Ross bloom.
Ever so faithful to give a cheerful greeting in the morning.
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Graceful are these Star Clusters, they are so vibrant and radiant!
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Another Burst of Stars!
Im still enjoying my onion flowers, they are so lovely..
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The 2nd Edition of Coleus. Note the second type in the row is the same one below.
The top one is in the shade and the bottom one is planted where it gets a good sunlight.
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Colours are slowly unveiling by the sunlight...
Like a new dawn of day!
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The Creeping Fig is slowly testing the wall.
The First crawling moments after a very long time
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Such are the innocent moment of the flower buds of the Bleeding Hearts
So immaculately white without the red.
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A glorious spray of caladium from my neighbours garden.
Just one leaf and that brightens the day!
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7 comments:

Nell Jean said...

Star Cluster (Pentas) are a fav with the butterflies here, and with me. I should have already taken cuttings to keep over the winter. Sometimes they return, sometimes not. All the red have died out, but I have 3 shades of pink/rose and some white.

Sue said...

How nice to see some blooms! Just back from vacation last night and it seems that several hard freezes have reduced the garden to a see of black branches. Let the clean-up begin.
I just LOVE the pink of those star clusters!
Very nice photos!

Stephanie said...

Hi James, lovely foliage and nice flowers you have here. That pentas look so wonderful and that moss rose colour is gorgeous. Now I know why those butterflies built their home in your garden. Have a great day!

Chloe m said...

Hi James,
Well, thanks for the pretty photos! I am trying to root some moss rose, thanks to you. I already see some tiny roots starting.
I never would have known you could do this, thanks to you!
Rosey

Autumn Belle said...

James, I like your coleus combo. It is a beautiful mix of colours and sizes.

Mary Delle LeBeau said...

Such really lovely photos of your favorite faces in the garden. Your writing animates them and shows just how much you appreciate them. Very nice!

James David said...

Neil Jean - I found that some cultivar of Pentas are easy but some are very difficult. I had the crimson one but it died slowly. This pink one is easy and managable.

Sue - I guess you got a lot of cleaning, clearing and stuff to sort after your holiday. Hope you manage to get some of the stuff fixed.

Steph. - I admire your garden too. Thanks for your encouragement. very much appreciated.

Rosey - Im glad that the information helped. But do not keep them too long in water, they might just suddenly rot especially those cuttings which didn't root & Do change the water time to time. (keeping the water fresh if you are planning to keep them in water for a long time.

Belle - Im starting to like the way the coleus turned up. As for now, Im settled with them and not planning to change or do anything with them for the moment.

Mary Delle - Yes, you are right, they are my fav. faces in the garden. Look forward to see them each morning. Thanks.

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