Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Spring is around the corner


Its time of transition of weather ,its favorite time for every gardener awaiting for garden filled with blooms .It is time for spring weather to advent in our region.Winter chills are no more bothering daily humdrums of life.


                                                             Primula 'Pacific hybrid'
                                                           



Snapdragon 'Snappy orchid'



Dahlia cultivar 




Asiatic lilium




Bees and Butterflies are essential parts of spring garden                                                                             

                                                          
Bee on Cornflower



Bee on Calendula 



Christmas cactus are still into blooming                                                                                                      




How beautifully roses change there shades in winter time                                                                           


                                           Rose 'Summer Snow'              


Rose 'Knock out'




Impatiens 'Imara Rose'







Blue pimpernel flower





Alyssum Purple 



Pansy Majestic Giants in top row ,Delta Premium below




Petunia Daddy purple ,Petunia Wave pink in top row
Petunia Ultra star ,Petunia Picotee below






Jungle  babbler birds are ardent visitors now a days









Can you spot a bird in this beautiful cloudy sky.                                                                                              



Through my Lens                                                                                                                      
OurworldTuesday                                                                                                                        

19 comments:

  1. Today the sky here looks similar that beautiful sky of yours. How amazing! Btw I don't think I have seen the delicate pimpernel before. Thank you for that pic. Happy gardening.

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  2. Seeing these awesome colors have made me smile, knowing that they are a prelude to spring! Great images.

    Thanks for being a part of 'My Corner of the World' this week!

    My Corner of the World

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  3. I see the birds, yes. Love your flower shots. It's spring somewhere! Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  4. Still quite wintery here but I am looking forward to spring. Already planning the garden. Thanks for linking up.

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  5. Very beautiful flower shots, and I like the sky photo with the lone bird!

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  6. Beautiful flower shots! I love pansies in all varieties and Primulas of course. I always forget to tell you that your banner is osom! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  7. wonderful flowers and sky! Great Bird!!!
    Have a nice Weekend, Elke

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  8. Such colours! Thanks for linking up.

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  9. How remarkable that you have primrose and dahlias growing at the same time, Arun! People often comment about the unusual mixes of plants I have growing in my garden but I think your garden stretches things even further! Happy GBBD!

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  10. It'll take us a few more months to get to where you are. I felt the warmth of summer looking at your photos - which is nice, as it is cold and rainy where I am. Happy GBBD!

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  11. Gorgeous flowers! I really love the shots with the pollinators---beautiful!

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  12. Beautiful collection of blooms!
    I especially like the Dahlia, and I enjoy seeing insects on the flowers.

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  13. You've just reminded me that I need to plant some dahlias. That's a wonderful and diverse collection of blooms. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  14. You are certainly into spring now while we are still fighting winter! You have such a wonderful selection of flowers, lots of them grow here but it will be a while before we see them in our gardens.

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  15. Thank you for sharing your lovely photos. I always enjoy visiting your garden, especially in the wintertime to see what's blooming! Its 47 degrees here, so we have a bit of a wait until spring flowers finally arrive. I'll just enjoy yours for now!

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  16. There's the bird. :-) Spring is almost here, too. Still too chilly to stay outside for long. Happy Flowers!

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