Tuesday, 10 November 2020


 This year was quite unusual one and I hope it ends on a good note after being a nightmare for the whole year for the entire world .This time of the year temperature is falling down drastically bringing in transition in weather from hot to cold weather. This transition in weather is best suited for flowers to bloom profusely until cold weather stagnates the growth for a time period.

                                                   Zinnias and Gomphrenas  in full glory                                                                    

                             This seems exciting to spot Tibouchina blooming after a long time 


Rutteya Fruticosa 

Cockscomb Blooms 

Tecoma plants are bringing out blooms in this  Autumn to winter transition 



Portulaca are still giving bountiful blooms


These two lilies  always bring welcome transition  in Autumn season

Bougainvilleas blooms

Pentas are giving last of their blooms


                                                          Blooms in Autumn glory

Clockwise : (Cranberry hibiscus,Ixora,Torenia,Plumbago,Ruellia)

Meanwhile a parrot was spotted on terrace 


And a sunrise to remember


I have started a link up party related to gardening anyone interested to share anything related to growing plants and flowers is most interested to join this party at http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2020/11/bees-and-butterflies-on-flower.html


  1. I would love to see your garden in person. The photos are just gorgeous.

  2. What a gorgeous garden you have - lovely!!!
    Thanks for joining us at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/11/a-letter-found-at-world-war-ii-memorial.html

  3. The colourful flowers bring a ray of sunshine to this grey world at the moment.

  4. Beautiful flowers from your garden. I am familiar with many of the flowers but some are new to me. That is a stunning sunrise.

  5. Good luck with your new challenge, unfortunately I don't have a garden ;-)
    But your flower photos inspire me and the sky is wonderful!
    My sky

  6. your garden is filled with so much beauty and color

  7. Wow, what a stunning sky! Yes, this year has been a nightmare and still is. We who love plants are fortunate. Your flower photos are gorgeous<3 Have a great weekend.

  8. Hello,

    Your flowers and photos are lovely. I like the cute parrot and the lovely sky image.
    Take care, enjoy your weekend!

  9. Gorgeous flower shots. You really have a talent for capturing them!

  10. What a colorful garden you still have! I love the variety of flowers along with that fabulous last image!

    Thanks for sharing your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

  11. Your flowers are beautiful and I enjoy them even more that my growing season is over. Thank you for linking up and stay well.

  12. Beautiful garden flowers and the sky shot is a stunning capture.

  13. Beautiful flowers. Parrot looks cute.

  14. Hello,
    I would love to see the parrots in my area, they are pretty birds. Your flowers are all gorgeous. Beautiful sky capture. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day. Have a great weekend.

  15. Beautiful garden you have there, and a Parrot, glorious.

  16. Hi Arun :) Your flowers are gorgeous, but that little ceramic couple in the flower pot was my favourite!! :) I am growing nothing right now...it's just the beginning of winter here in Canada!

  17. Love the parrot in the morning sunlight! (That cockscomb bloom is aptly named..and very pretty!)

    Thanks for stopping by & adding your shared link at IRBB.

  18. You have so many blooms! They're all just gorgeous and the parrot is a nice touch!

  19. So beautiful to see your garden now - both flowers we grow as annuals in the summer and flowers that are not hardy here. What a variety you have! I loved your plumbago and bougainvillea especially (neither are hardy here.) We will have a hard freeze Tuesday and that will be it for us until April when the early spring bulbs appear. That sunrise was spectacular. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

  20. How amazing to see a Parrot! I know we have some here in Florida but I've never seen one in the wild. Love your pretty flowers too!

  21. Everything looks beautiful, Arun. I love that pink cockscomb but it was the Rutteya fruticosa that really grabbed my attention as this was a plant that showed up recently in my local botanic garden that I'd never seen before and couldn't name. Happy GBBD!

  22. What lovely blooms and a gorgeous sunrise. Happy Bloom Day.

  23. flower colors are wonderful.... great shots

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