Monday, 12 August 2019

Feel good

From last fortnight weather has been cooled down with drizzle and heavy spell of rains. Monsoon is being in good state for entire country except for  few parts of the country.Transition in weather always brings vibrant energy in the garden .We await for this season not only for it  brings relief from harsh summer days but to bring more plants into our space and making more space for green in our environment.Monsoon season is considered best for planting trees in our environment since  presence of more trees ensures presence of more oxygen  and since plants emits oxygen after consuming carbon dioxide ,It plays vital part in our existence  on this planet,so everyone should pledge to plant at least one tree in his environment to make your space a better place for living in this monsoon season.Plants and trees are feel good factor for this entire universe.

My monsoon post from last year

My feel good factor are my garden blooms

                                          Zinnia blooms with drop in temperatures

Adenium charm

Yellow Oleander 

Roses are back

Rain brings in rain lily blooms

Sparkling Jatropha blooms

Crown Flower

Fragrant Jasmine vine 

Crape Jasmine blooms


Pentas blooms

False eranthemum flowers 

Periwinkle flower covered with Rain droplets

Galphimia blooms are constant from more than two months

Rose variety

Eid Mubarak and Happy Independence day to all my Indian Fellows around the world


  1. The crown flower is exquisite - also love the penta flower. So many flower varieties and beautiful captures! Dear blogger, have been trying to reach you, just to reply to your post for All Seasons, but I cannot reach you, if I do not have your email!! For this time, I made an exception to go through google, but google is not my friend, but my enemy, so you understand hopefully! Have a lovely week and enjoy your flowers, Jesh.

  2. Beautiful flowers. I'm imagining the scent of jasmine. Mmmmm. There aren't as many jasmine vines around here as I remember. Thanks to Mama, we have 11 trees, 10 are fruit, in the backyard.

  3. Beautiful collection of flowers. I loved the Pentas blooms. They look so pretty.

  4. These are some awesome blooms! I can't wait for my garden to start showing off like yours :)

    Thank you for linking at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  5. Gorgeous collection of flowers, I can alomst smell theme overhere

    Have a heartwarming en splendid ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    M e l o d y (team ABC-W)

  6. Rain really makes a difference! I'm glad you have had a break from that long stretch of summer heat, Arun. Your flowers are lovely. I did not even know there was such a things as a yellow-flowered oleander. Happy GBBD!

  7. Beautiful blooms. I miss zinnias in my own garden this year. I just never got around to planting them. My loss.

  8. Our weather is about to warm up where I live in New York - but our warmest day would be nothing like yours. As a result of that and our freezing winters, enough of your blooms could never grow outdoors here, which is why I always enjoy your posts. But I know oleandar and jasmine from once having lived in Florida. Yet, I don't remember a yellow oleander - faulty memory? Zinnias and roses look happy at the break in weather and are showing it. Happy GBBD to you. Alana

  9. Maybe we almost have the same climate, as those are all growing here too. But i still haven't planted that giant milkweed, it is favored host of a butterfly. My garden now is partly a garden for butterflies.

  10. All your blooms are so beautiful Arun. I enjoyed the visit!

  11. These flowers are so beautiful. Nothing quite like the beauty that flowers can bring. Thanks for linking up.

  12. I loved the zinnia the best of all. They are my favorite and yours is beautiful.

  13. Huh, my earlier comment didn't take. Fragrant post!


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