Monday, 24 August 2020

Allamanda vine propagation and care

 This lovely vine with huge blooms is one of my all time favorites since it adapts in our hot environment easily and gives continuous blooms throughout the year leaving only  the most cold months of the year.

Although Allamanda blooms has no fragrance at all but its magical bountiful blooms can attract  anyone who is passing nearby the vine to stop for a moment and adore the beauty of blooms .It has mainly three colors Pink,Red and yellow .

                                                                                     



                                                                  


It is quite hardy vine an can survive in extreme hot conditions too .It increases blooms when fed with organic manure once in a while preferably during spring time.                                                           






It can be easily propagated by taking a cutting from the vine and planting it in rainy season or spring season thereby whatever season is upcoming in the year.                                                                                    





Meanwhile a peacock was spotted on the roof  in neighbourhood



                                      


In my region people believe spotting peacock in monsoon is a good omen for rains.




Sky shot for Skywatch Friday






21 comments:

  1. Ohh this is truly a beautiful flower. You are fortunate to have so many. Ahhh the Peacock. When I was little I went to school that was by a Zoo. The Peacocks would roam the school grounds. They were loud and mean and if you got close would bite at us. However, with all of that they are so beautiful. Have a nice Monday.

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  2. I love morning glories - so pretty!

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  3. Hello,

    What a beautiful bloom, it is a lovely plant. I like the peacock on the roof. Is he yelling look at me, I'm so pretty. Lovely sky capture! Enjoy your day, have a great week ahead.

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  4. Beautiful flowers with the raindrops and a great photo of the peacock. Great sky!

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  5. Beautiful photographs, especially peacock on roof. My cat Austin, when scared on his trip to the veterinary clinic, meows so wildly at the top of his lungs; if your eyes were closed you would swear a peacock was riding in the car :)

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  6. Love the peacock (probably getting ready to preen) on the roof!

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  7. It's always exciting to have a flower that is almost always in bloom! This one is really pretty! Loving the other pictures, too.

    It's great to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!! Thanks for being here. A link back would be great :)

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  8. The peacock looks fabulous on the roof, hope it brings you good luck! The Allamanda Vine is very beautiful, sad that the Finnish climate is too cold for it. Thank you for linking, have a lovely weekend.

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  9. I like the shot of the peacock. Such an unusual and colorful bird!

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  10. Hello,

    It is cool to see the Peacock up on the roof. The flowers look beautiful. Lovely photos.
    Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, have a happy weekend!

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  11. Beautiful and I love the pretty peacock!

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  12. such pretty blooms, i really love the color!! it was an unusual spot for the peacock, on maybe that's where they like to hang out!! their colors are awesome!!!

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  13. Beautiful blossoms, and a very proud looking peacock.

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  14. I would be very startled to see a peacock on my roof.
    The flowers are very delicate and beautiful. :-)

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  15. Beautiful photos. Thank you.

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  16. beautiful flower! And, I love the peacock on the roof image!!

    thank you for sharing & linking in this weeK at IRBB

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  17. Beautiful flowers, but I especially love your capture of the peacock on the root! :) I never heard of that superstition before. Maybe you might be interested in participating in my World Superstitions series? :) Please, e-mail me. :)

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  18. Interesting bud. Peacocks are so lovely, but oh, so horribly noisy! There were peacocks living on a hill near my high school (many many years ago!) and they sounded like screaming women!

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  19. Thanks for taking part in the "My Sunday Best" meme.

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