Thursday, March 15, 2007

Garden Bloggers Blooms Day

Keeping me company in my garden areIce, eyeing with those charismatic eyes Dahlia in its warm glowing splendour Poppies popping cheerfully Friendly Phloxes in clusters Rose in its natural form yet so paper arty in perfection Petunias blowing their own their trumpet. Besides these, also blooming are-Pansies,Marigold,Calendula,Cineraria,Dogflower,Kalanchoes... Its only while writing this post, I realised, that so many flowers are blooming in my garden. This is simply exhilarating!!

11 comments:

Yolanda Elizabet said...

You've got some lovely flowers in bloom today. Roses, sigh, I have to wait another 2 months before they flower in my garden.

The little iceplants, they are so nice, aren't they and they flower for months!

Have you seen my list of what's in bloom today yet?

yum said...

Love, love, love your dahlias!!! Orange flowers always win my heart.

The colouring on the rose is very unique and pretty too.

Crafty Gardener ... said...

What gorgeous blooms you are enjoying already. The dahlia is lovely and is fast becoming one of my favourite plants. I'm adding a link on my blog to your blog so I can come back often and visit.

Nicole said...

I love your dahlia, poppies and rose. Beautiful pics. Oh what a joy to garden in thetropics-an incredible variety of plants, and blooms, to enjoy every day.

Entangled said...

How beautiful! Is it difficult to garden through the hot summers in India?

Carol said...

All your flowers look great and so summery! Thanks for participating in the Garden Blogger's Bloom Day!

Christa said...

We have a few months before these kinds of flowers bloom here in D.C., so it's nice to see a "preview" of coming attactions! I like the iceplants. I don't see them very often here.

A wildlife gardener said...

Fabulous, rich, vibrant colours!

Anita said...

Thanks a lot for passing by my blog. Wow, I never had a visitor from India before!

Happy gardening to you as well!

Petunia's Gardener said...

I'm glad you visited my garden so that I can now find yours! Your flowers are so cheerful! I've never seen a rose like yours. Your children must love exploring in the garden with so many fun things to see.

ladyluz said...

yes, it is exhilarating, isn't it when you really see just how much is blooming. Our blogging buddy, Yolanda, in Holland, has some wonderful Spring flowers.

Everything looks wonderful in your garden.

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