Tuesday, 12 June 2018

While we Wait for monsoon

Summer days are finally coming to end there is a transition in weather .Although heat is still in its force ,the dry and arid climate continuity is broke by spell of rain from two days which I hope are pre monsoon showers .Monsoon is approaching towards our region and it is a sigh of relief for the garden .


                     
Garden is right now lacking its color due to absence of flowers but some flowers does bloomed after shower of two days.




                                                             Hardy Bougainvillea








                                                                     VINCA


                                                                     




                                                                        False Eranthemum



                                                           



Dahlberg Daisy







                                                                 Morning Glory



                                                                       


Cosmos


                                                                     


Ruellia


                                                                     




Cockscomb





Crossandra






Portulaca



I hope monsoon reach as early as possible and garden is green again.

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30 comments:

  1. Gardens are amazing to me, how they bloom with less water than I think they need! I love these wonderful blooms that you share with us today!

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    1. Thanks betty for visiting...its good to plant drought resistant plants especially in hot region like ours .

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  2. I've never seen yellow cosmos before. Only pink. Bougainvilla is certainly hearty.I don't know how many times ours came back from years with heavy frost. Hope all goes well for you during the monsoon.

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    1. Yellow and orange cosmos are hardy annuals in our summer whereas pink and other cosmos which is popularly known as Mexican Aster are grown as annuals in winter .We are desperately waiting for Monsoon to drench our garden.

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  3. If this garden is 'lacking in color', then I am the President of the United States! Lovely photos!

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    1. Yes we are desperately waiting for monsoon to get rid of dry summer days,THanks for visiting.

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  4. I could imagine a worse way of waiting, very easily

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  5. Beautiful blooms Arun! The white Bougainvillea is really stunning, I've never seen one with that color, my Bougainvillea is red. Have a great weekend!

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    1. Hi Marcelo How r u ...Thanks for visiting...I have more varieties of Bougainvillea as well but right now only these are blooming.
      Have a great weekend !

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  6. The white bougainvillea is a real star among a lovely combination of colours.

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    1. Thanks for visiting....yes Bougainvillea are hardy easy bloomers throughout the year.

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  7. Your blooms are gorgeous. Fingers crossed for your rains to come soon.

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    1. Thanks for visiting.Yes we desperately want rains.

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  8. Lacking in color? Just visit my garden in winter - the only color you'll see is the white of snow. But seriously, I have never witnessed a monsoon. I wish you rain and relief from that terrible heat soon. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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    1. Summers in our part brings intensive heat waves with it which has detrimental effect on plants that may sometime lead them to die .Monsoon rains after summer season heals the wound and rejuvenate the garden .

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  9. I hope you get a good steady rain. I know how hard it is to watch plants struggle under hot, dry conditions.

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  10. Your Bougainvilla are wonderful!

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  11. I have to grow Bougainvillea as a houseplant but it doesn't really thrive. Not enough light. Very envious of yours!

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    1. Its the only plant in our region that survive our scorching dry summers.

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  12. Your garden blooms are beautiful despite the lack of rain. You are so fortunate to be able to grow Bougainvilla outside. It is grown as a annual here.

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    1. our summers are with temperature hovering more then 40 degree celsius with scorching heat waves that is best suited for bougainvillea alike plants

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