Friday, July 15, 2011

Fertilizer Friday - July 15/2011

Hello, and how are you doing? I hope your plants are fine. Today is Friday, and it's time to celebrate the day with Tootsie (Fertilizer Friday July 15)!

This morning was cloudy and cold, and I guess that made a few buds lazy. They hadn't bloomed by the time I left home for work. Well, I captured the innocence and beauty of the buds in my camera. For photos of the lotus, please see http://rake-and-spade.blogspot.com/2011/07/first-lotus-bud-to-bloom.html.












Happy weekend!

Regards,
Asha

7 comments:

  1. Impatiens are such a wonder in the garden. They just keep blooming without much care. I really appreciate those qualities, along with their lovely blooms, in the garden. All of your blooms look lovely!

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  2. Thanks, Sage! Impatiens are easy to grow/maintain, and they bring such joy to the garden. I like them.

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  3. Your garden blooms are a delight to watch. I love to photograph flower buds too. So nice to capture them just before they open their petals.

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  4. Hi Asha, You have a beautiful garden and blog. I was led to your blog, through Geek Gardener's blog comments. It's always heartening to see a great garden blog from India. I can identify the blooms easily and also identify with the specific gardening hardships faced in India. I shall be a regular from now on.

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  5. Hello AB! The rains have revived the plants, I guess. :)

    Thanks, Anita. Pls stop by. I saw your blog site, and it's so pretty!

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  6. thanks for linking in this week. I am always in awe of all the different flowers everyone flaunts. It is a pleasure to tour and see all the gorgeous blooms...and I always enjoy stopping by here! I hope you will link in again soon!
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  7. Dear Glenda, it's a pleasure to participate in Fertilizer Friday! I'm ready to flaunt more flowers in today's Fertilizer Friday. :)

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Regards,
Asha

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