Saturday, February 17, 2007

Here blooms my first Pansy of the season. I have always been fascinated by Pansies…that cute face staring at you with a mixture of frown and deep thought, I remember reading somewhere that the word Pansy is derived from French word pensee- meaning ‘thought’ as the flower looks busy in some deep thought!

5 comments:

Carol said...

Thank you for your comment on my blog. I look forward to seeing what you have in bloom for the next Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day. I think you are the 1st outside of the U.S. to respond. Thank you!

Nicole said...

I enjoy your blog as there are so few garden blogs of tropical gardens, and even fewer by actual locals. also like the blogs you've linked. I must try growing some dahlias, they were a favourite of my father. You can check out my garden blog at http://caribbeangarden.blogspot.com/

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Pansies in India! Who would have thought? I like them a lot, such simple and sweet flowers in so many lovely colours. BTW My name (Yolanda) means Violet or Pansie. :-)

Nicole said...

First, thanks for your comment on my blog and the link. I agree with Yolanda, as you have now give me the idea of trying lupins, pansies etc. Maybe you could do some blogs with pics of gardens in India, or trees/vines/flowers in India;that would be interesting.

bloomsvilla said...

Pansies are very popular for it's wide variety of colors and as the cool season flower. There are many types of Pansies like Violet, Petunia, Viola, tricolor, Peony Begonia etc.







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