GARDEN UPDATES #01

Application of BONEMEAL and EPSOM SALT  has really boosted the growth of roses. I had stopped adding supplements for a while and hardly got any blooms last year. This year, they are back with a bang! #bonemeal #epsomsalt #roses

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I rooted this lemon cutting for my mom, taking the help of rooting powder. The cutting was quick to take off and needed no special set-up. It now seems ready to be moved into its’s own pot. #lemonfromcutting

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My favorite plant currently from the vegetable garden since i LOVE bell peppers. It was kinda sleeping through the summers producing little or no fruit but now seems to be back to it’s glory. This also also benefited a lot from application of BONEMEAL and EPSOM SALT. #bellpepper

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My favourite sight as a gardener is a germinating seed. These dahlia seedlings are the first of this season and i am already in love!! #dahliaseedling #dahliafromseed

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Loving some fresh lady’s finger (bhindi) from the garden. All of these vegetables are grown organically in big pots/tubs and do so well! #ladyfingerplant

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I usually grow Ranunculus from bulbs but spotted these seeds online and decided to try my hand at growing Ranunculus from seed. Will keep posting the progress. #ranunculusfromseed




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These Alamanda creepers are extremely low maintenance and highly rewarding. Plant and forget, they bloom 10 out of 12 months with splendid glory! #alamanda

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yellow-alamanda-creeper

 

Finally, the Shrimp plant i had always been longing for and finally bought from Palampur is now blooming!!! #shrimpplant #cantcontrolmyhappiness

shrimp-plant

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2 thoughts on “GARDEN UPDATES #01

  • September 24, 2016 at 10:02 AM
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    Nice colours

    Am afraid those are not ranunculus seeds.. ranunculus seeds has a hair at the end.. these look more like melon to me..

  • September 24, 2016 at 10:37 AM
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    Oh that’s strange.. all the pics of ranunculus seeds show similar type.. anyhow will sow n find out!

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