Sunday, 15 July 2018

Blooms on arrival of Monsoon

Finally after awaiting for long ,Monsoon has hit the city ,days are cooler with cool breezy winds that has greener effect on garden ,Rains are drenching the plants and my soul with fresh positive energy.Plants are reciprocating thereby giving new shoots and blooms .                                        

Rains are important part for predicting weather system for the upcoming year too and overall helps in the well being of Flora and Fauna.                             


                                                       Mexican Pink Oleander                                                                   




 Pink Ixora





Portulaca







 Humming bird favorite Fire bush Plant





Shaded Orange Day Lily







Rain Lily pink ones appeared first after rain






Blue Plumbago Flowers 






 Lantana plant





Yellow Oleander





 Cosmos




REd  Jatropha 







Fragrant blooms of Murraya Plant or Kamini Plant






Common Native Indian Rose 










Double crape jasmine




Morning Glory





                                                             Bougainvillea



                                                                        Tithonia





Pink Ruellia or Desert Petunia



Thanks carol for hosting Garden Bloggers Blooms day


30 comments:

  1. What beautiful blooms you have. And I see that we do have several plants in common, even though I live near the Texas coast and the Gulf of Mexico. Our climates are probably somewhat similar - hot and humid!

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    1. Thanks for visiting...yes we have many blooms in common...we do share hot weather all year around.

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  2. All your blooms are so beautiful. I have always been a fan of Pink Ixora and yours is gorgeous, as well as your other flowers.

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    1. Thanks Lee for visiting...I am also a fan of Ixora since they bear our hot weather and have some spectacular color of blooms .

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  3. I love the lighting on some of your flower pictures. We have some plants in common (I live in a temperate climate, with harsh winters) and others would never grow where I live. My favorite? The double crape jasmine. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks for visiting...Yah ! the flowers look amazing when captured i sunlight...Crape Jasmine is hardy perennial which comes in single ,double,miniature and many more varieties ...I love them too.

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  4. Your display was the first one I opened after leaving GBBD-July in order to have supper. When I saw it was from India I thought "I'm really interested in seeing familiar--zone 5 plants today." When it opened there was the nasturtium so common but really beautiful when you look at it. It was the first flower my mother gave me seeds for (about 5,because I was 5) I started them in small containers. Then along later came a photo of portulaca. Again I was reminded of my mother. She was looking at second year volunteer seedlings and scolding them. "I planted you last year as an edging in the flower bed, I didn't expect you all to grow in the gravel driveway this spring!!" Both these incidents occurred in the 1930s so you know how long I've been at this growing stuff.

    My current garden is 90+ percent planted perennials and bulbs with a few self seeders like larkspur and some weed/flowers like Joe Pye, swamp milkweed, vernonia, verbascum, sweet rocket, wild monarda which wander from the wilder parts of this old farm which we did not turn into streets, houses and town neighborhoods over the last40 years. I get started annuals only for containers but I have a tray of "left over portulaca which have recovered enough to plant so I may have them in the gravel next spring.

    Like others who commented, I learn a lot about plants I've never seen from you and others who share. It's inspiring and satisfying to see how much joy gardeners get from the bounty of the earth's plants.

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    1. Thanks Christina for visiting...What an amazing life experience thank you for sharing it with me ...memories with our parents are those precious moments that never fade away with time...Please do keep visiting and commenting on my blog, I would love to hear more stories from you.
      And yes its always inspiring how nature can give you enough joy and satisfaction for the soul ,since these little things are those that always makes your life happier and cheerful.

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  5. Aah - monsoon season...! It will probably make your beautiful garden so very happy! I know just any free water at this point would make me so happy! Happy GBBD!

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    1. I know the garden needs good amount of shower through rains after harsh summer season takes away its greenery.
      HAve a great week.

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  6. Oh my, what a surprise, I have the same orange daylily blooming right now! Your blooms are lovely. Thanks for sharing on GBBD.

    Jeannie@GetMeToTheCountry

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  7. I bet your plants are enjoying monsoon season. Your blooms are lovely! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks for visiting ...yes they desperately need rains after harsh summer .

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  8. That is a very pretty double jasmine, love it! Sweet smelling? I hope more rain for your plants ;)

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    1. No it doesn't have smell alike very common jasmine also known as mogra but the blooms are awestuck.Thanks for visiting.

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  9. Your garden has all the colors of the rainbow! It's always wonderful when the rain lilies bloom, isn't it?!

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    1. Thanks for visiting Kris,yes its wonderful how rain lily flowers pops up after showers.

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  10. Wow -- such beautiful flowers!

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  11. Oh we have the same plants in our garden, just that i don't have daylilies. It doesn't grow well in our very hot climate. And i saw in older posts you also have Scadoxus multiflorus just like in my GBBD post. Thanks for visiting mine

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    1. Thanks for visiting Kalantikan..Yes Blood Lily or Scadoxus multiflorus flowers pops up from the ground at the end of summer and beginning of Monsoon.

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  12. Your flowers are so vibrant in color.

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  13. Indeed.... rich blooms...bright also…

    I have no experience with that kind of weather… don't know anything about it either… maybe you could explain it at letter M ;-) ;-)

    Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♪ (ABC-W-team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/23-B

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  14. Cool and rain sound wonderful in August . Your blooms are wonderful ! Happy bloom day !

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