Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Floral Monsoon

This year monsoon rains were truant for the most part of the season with exceptional humidity but still failed rains .Whereas Half of the july got some good downpour ,August didn't give drizzle . 
With a month left for monsoon season to take a back seat ,we expect some good rains now breaking the persistence humid atmostphere.
But there is a silver lining in it,since plants grew best in cloudy humid weather and give multiple blooms .

                                                        



                                             Adeniums are definitely liking this weather



                                                                  





English and Miniature roses have made there comeback
















Hibiscus are do enjoying monsoon 

















Hundreds of flowers on Blue plumbago








Why they call it weed ?



Butterfly weed




Most fragrant flower in my Garden



Night Blooming Jasmine



                                             Its fragrance can felt in  entire garden at night time







Rainy weather brings Rain Lily









Rain of Gold or Galphimia in full show









                                                          Pretty Little Jatropha Flowers







                         Plant loved for its  ability of folding leaves when touched holds beautiful blooms too


                                                                 Mimosa Bush






                                 Morning glory has been blooming from last three months









                                          Most hardy annual Purslane in its full glory






                                                         Startling Crape Jasmine Blooms

Happy Independence Day to all my Indian fellows   




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39 comments:

  1. Arun, your garden is in spectacular bloom! Your roses look beautiful and I know very well how hard is to get them to bloom in hot summers. Have a nice week!

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    1. Yah ! I agree roses don't survive in summers at all ,and only come to blooms after the rains,I have lost many of roses plants due to harsh summer.
      Have a nice week!

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    1. They are oxygen for the soul and cures body from stress and anxiety. Thanks for visiting.

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  3. Flowers appear in my intro this week!

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    1. Oh I noticed it now,lovely intro of flowers Roger.
      Have a great week ahead.

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  4. Wow! The colors are so awesome to see! We are getting rain, but it's winter and not much is blooming yet.

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  5. I am with you, why would they call such a beautiful flower a weed?

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    1. Totally the name should definitely be changed.Thanks for visiting.

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  6. Your garden is full of beautiful and fragrant blooms, Arun. Happy Independence Day!

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    1. Thank you ,Happy Independence day to you too.
      Have a great week .

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  7. Beautiful butterfly weed. Do you know what kind it is? Mine is "gay butterflies" and not as vibrant and darkly colored as yours.

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    1. I don't specifically know about the species but locally it is known as butterfly weed.Thanks for visiting.

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  8. Such fabulous colors! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Oh I am glad you visited ..all my pleasure ,Do keep visiting.

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  9. I love the colors and wish I could take a sniff of the Night Blooming Jasmine. They won't live here but I have smelled them when they are for sale in the stores. The are wonderful.
    Jeannie@GetMeToTheCountry

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    1. Jeannie they are grown as perennials in our climate and blooms for along part of the year and have high fragrance at night.Thanks for visiting.

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  10. Brilliant colors. I wouldn't mind having a climate of summer rain so I can grow more flowers without watering them.

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    1. Thanks for visiting.Yes the rains do work for the plants .

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  11. If they proove anything… it is that life can't bloom without water

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

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    1. I agree with you totally,thanks for visiting.

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  12. Oh, my! So many beautiful blossoms! Your blue plumbago looks glorious. Mine looked like that last year. This year, not so much, and my jatropha is not blooming at the moment but I look forward to it soon. I love that petunia and the sweet little purslane blossoms.

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  13. Arun-your garden has so many wonderful blooms and the Blue Plumbago is gorgeous! the Night Blooming Jasmine looks wonderful as well. I can imaging e the fragrance!

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    1. Yes the fragrance is amazing.Thanks for visiting.

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  14. ...rain is an important gift of life. Beautiful flowers in some many colors. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Rain is major lifeline for the survival of mankind.Thanks for visiting.

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  15. Absolutely beautiful! I especially loved the plumbago and the jatropha!

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  16. Nice to see the tropical side of life. I would imagine you can probably grow lots of interesting fruits as well.

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    1. Yah we can grow but summers being too harsh sometimes kill the plants ...Thanks for visiting.

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  17. Beautiful blooms; I enjoyed especially the blue plumbago, which is a plant I can not grow in our climate (gets too cold). Hope you had a happy Garden Blogger's Bloom Day. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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    1. Blue plumbago is one beauty for this season ...Thanks for visiting.

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  18. Hello and thank you for visiting my blog, which is how I became aware of yours. I've heard all about your monsoon season this year, wreaking havoc with life. I'm glad that there is a silver lining in that you get to enjoy the traasures of your garden. I've never seen a crape jasmine before so thank you for that introduction (I grow star jasmine along my fence).

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    1. Monsoon has not been same for most part of the country with over and scarcity of Rain respectively.Crape Jasmines are hardy perennials for our garden .

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  19. That crepe jasmine is a beauty, Arun. Love to have this plant, hehe... Hope it will rain soon and heavy enough to moisten the soil thoroughly for your plant's sake ;)

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