Monday, 13 April 2020

Before the spring ends

This year is quite unusual for everyone out in the world.Since nature has yet again proved its superiority in  controlling our life. The  year began marking the longest possible winter in my region with spring being on and off with western disturbances altering  the weather pattern every week .But finally heat of summer can be felt with temperature soaring high day by day .

Meanwhile spring flowers are at their end stage of blooming

                                                              Dahlberg daisy covering flowering bed


Bottle brush or Callistemon tree in to flowering



Some of the Ranunculus plants that survived the unusual long winter period with hailstorms and continuous rains                                                                                                                            




Dahlias are doing great inspite temperatures are high





Gerbera




Mimulus flower


Delphiniums and Lupines 


Plumbago is back  in to blooms with high temperatures


Butterfly pea blooms are surprising for  this time of the year





Miniature roses are pretty sight among all other spring blooms



Matthiola incana blooms at their last stage 




Nasturtium in full blooms



The only kalanchoe left into flowering till now 




It has been wonderful year for Godetia blooms

and for Nemesias too 




Verbenas are quite a pleasent scene among other spring blooms







Chrysanthemum carinatum 



Amaryllis lily in full glory check out my other blooms of Amaryllis lily here  - Amaryllis-lily-season


Cornflowers are  blooming in abundance 



Impatiens wallerina




Miniature Carnations are bountiful bloomers at this time


Gazanias are  magical with their intrinsic patterns and colors of blooms




Geraniums are so adorable in spring time 







Finally summer flowers are coming out of hibernation



Bougainvilleas

Adeniums


Meanwhile Purple Sunbird spotted feeding on Pomegranate flower                                                            




When you wake up to morning like this                                                                                                





24 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures of flowers. I like how they are such a source of joy in these days of lockdown.

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  2. They are all lovely - nasturtiums and cornflowers my favourite.

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  3. Your winter flowers are our summer flowers - your heat begins and we are supposed to get snow tonight. That's what I love about being able to read a blog like yours. All beautiful blooms. Nasturtiums and miniature roses, plumbago (which we can't grow - too cool here), and really, all of them.

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  4. Such a colorful assortment! I do love monkey flowers. Some are native to my area, I ought to look into getting some, when I can that is. I think the local nurseries are open, but I do not consider plant shopping an "essential," preferring to play it safer!

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  5. You get such an amazing mix of blooms, Arun! Some, like the Dahlias and Delphiniums and Godetias, grow in my climate too, but not at the same time! My own Ranunculus were extremely disappointing this year so I appreciate seeing yours. Happy GBBD!

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  6. These are some awesome colors, so bright and cheerful!

    I'm so happy that you joined us over at at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  7. Oh my, such of plethora of bright colors in your garden! I do especially love all the purples and blues. And those dahlias are simply gorgeous. Happy gardening and be safe, my friend.

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  8. Your spring blooms are all beautiful and I love the collages. Your Dahlias are magnificent! We don't have those blooming until the end of the summer here, so this is a real treat!

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  9. Beautiful flowers and colours. I'm afraid I didn't grow any flowers yet. Spring is ending soon and I must get the gardens in.

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  10. Lovely flowers!!I love this Garden!
    Greetings Elke

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  11. I like the bottle brush. All of these flowers are so pretty, but that one is my favorite. Thanks for linking up.

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  12. Beautiful flowers! The Dahlias are my favorites
    Thank you for your comment on my blog.
    Have a blessed day!

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  13. Beautiful post. I love all the colors!

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  14. What a stunning tour in the floral world <3 Thank you so much, stay safe & enjoy your weekend.

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  15. Love the blue Cornflowers - they remind me of my childhood in Sweden, where they grow wild in ditches and fields. I've also gotten a bit interested in miniature roses over the past year or two. They are so cute.. I have one called Snow Carpet, with fluffy snow white flowers. To my delight, it also develops bright red hips in winter that are less than a centimeter across. Absolutely adorable! Happy belated GBBD!

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  16. Our spring has been mild in temperatures so far, but very dry. I hope it rains soon so we don't have so much worry about summer forest fires. - Margy

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  17. I really like the Godetia blooms. They look so sweet. I have grown dahlias before. After flowering the shrubs slowly disappeared.

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  18. I like coming by and seeing your flowers. You've reminded me that I have dahlia seeds to plant. The other day I divided the Gerberas, from one to eight. I've also propagated six leaves. So far they all act alive. Hurrah. Take care. :-)

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  19. I love bottle brush. An all time fave.

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