Friday, December 9, 2011

Fertilizer Friday - Dec 09/2011

Here are a few photos of plants that have managed to survive the construction work at home, and have flowered today. Due to my health issues, I have not been able to nurture my plants. The terrace garden needs a total make over. Praying for my health to improve so that I can clean the garden. It's sad to see plants die or go dry.

I am participating in http://www.tootsietime.com/2011/12/fertilizer-friday-flaunt-your-flowers_08.html.





Happy Friday and weekend.

Regards,
Asha

12 comments:

  1. Anthuriums! and is that a Daphne, the white blossom?... and what is the red? Lovely, all.

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  2. I am loving the photos this week friend!!! I love all the wonderful colors everyone shares...it is white here...and that gets really boring!!! lol...too much snow

    I thank you so much for linking in this week. It is an honor to host Friday's Flaunt and meet new friends and visit the regulars (who are like old friends) who share. I am always excited to tour each post and see the different flowers/ projects and garden art that everyone flaunts. It is a pleasure to tour and see all the gorgeous blooms...and I appreciate each and every link and comment! I have shared your post today with my facebook page for Tootsie Time. I hope you will link in again soon!
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  3. Get well soon! Lovely flowers.

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  4. Hi NellJean, Thanks. Those are the latest addition to my anthurium collection. Love them! The White flower is Ixora. I am not sure about the name of the Red one. Will post the photo of the plant to seek its name.

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  5. Hi Glenda, all those blogs with pics of lovely flowers cheer me. They are great gardeners!

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  6. Thanks, Tina. Thanks, Aparajita. I'm on my way to recovery.

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  7. snow is really something nice but your flowers are as well! :)

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  8. White ixora and anthuriums, how special! The last one looks like Kalanchoe. My get well soon wishes to you, also Merry Christmas!

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  9. Thanks, AB, for identifying the plant! Happy holidays!

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Asha

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