Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Jaunty atmosphere in garden

From past few days weather has been breezy and foggy with a spell of rain in day and night.Monsoon in our city particularly has been persistent even with few rains and according to weather department it will be for few days more.It is boon for plants since there is enough humidity in atmosphere favorable for plants growth.

Some of the perennials are leaving there dormancy after summer to bring themself to bloom .




                                                                    Four 'o clock
                                                                   









Red Ixora back after summer





                                                             White Ixora is a new addition




Clitoria or Butterfly pea blooms in profusion 






                                        Tibouchina  flowers are the star attraction these days






Allamanda blooms are huge and lovely 








Fragrant chameli vine aka Royal Jasmine are back in bloom when the weather is pleasent






Torenias are looking lovely in hanging pots








Lantana are happy in small planters 






My pumpkin vine has a first flower hope fruit formation will start soon



Apart from them there are many other blooms of Adenium obesum,Oleander pink and yellow,Roses,cosmos,hibiscus among others which are blooming continously from last month .

For more beautiful shots please visit Through my lens

For blooms around the world Garden Bloggers Blooms Day

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    1. Ixora is one hardy plant with colorful vibrant flowers that blooms for most part of the year

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  2. Arun, you have really beautiful flowers there! I love the red ixora, it's a plant I rarely see here. I hope the autumn with cooler temperatures brings relief and many flowers to your garden after the summer.

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  3. A good collection of flowers!

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  4. Looking at your photos I wonder if my mama often felt homesick for the flowers of the Philippines, her home country.

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  5. Gorgeous colletions of colours…. and unsmellable smells to watch

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  6. Wow! Glorious colors! Beautiful gems in the garden!

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  7. Such pretty flowers. Some I've never heard of before. My favorite (which I have never seen before) was the Butterfly Pea.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by..Butterfly pea is perennial vine that grows easily in our climate without much attention being paid.

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  8. Really pretty flower shots, and I love your header photo!!

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    1. Oh I am glad you appreciated my snap of Nasturtium from last year spring..Thanks for visiting.

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  9. Your flowers appear to be lit from within. Just gorgeous!

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    1. May be its exposure of light at the time of clicking ...Thanks for stopping by

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  10. I love the lighting on some of your blooms. I only grow a handful of your blooms in my temperate climate, so I enjoyed visiting your garden. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by..your most welcome on my blog anytime...

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  11. I love the Ixora! I saw those on a visit to Jamaica. Wish we had some of these flowers where I am!

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  12. Your flowers are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. I love that butterfly pea! I'm glad to hear that an increase in humidity is giving your plants a boost - I think we're going to become more dependent of moisture from our marine layer here to keep our gardens going too.

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    1. Definitely the humidity helps the otherwise hot winds blowing in the summer to mellow down after the advent of monsoon which infuses new blooms in the garden...Thanks for stopping by..

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  14. Your plants and flowers are here with us too. I am mostly fascinated with the color of your 4 o'clock, haven't seen that for quite sometime. Thanks for your visit.

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    1. Four'o clock grows in huge shrub and flowers profusely after the rains in our region,Thanks for stopping by..

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  15. Hello, I'm new to gardening and looking for some plants for my balcony. The ones you've mentioned is the jaipur weather suitable to grow them in balcony?

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    1. Yes they are suitable to grow in jaipur climate.

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    2. Are you from Jaipur too? Can you suggest me a good nursery from where I can buy plants

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  16. Beautiful blooms Arun! I love the different colors of Ixora.

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    1. Ixoras do come in variety of colors and bring constant blooms for long time of the year...Thanks for stopping by.

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  17. That butterfly pea is stunning. My jasmine has stopped blooming and I miss its perfume. Visiting you from Skywatch.

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    1. Butterfly peas are carefree stunning bloomers .Jasmine form integral part in our summer blooming flowers and they are wonderfully fragrant.Thanks for stopping by.

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