Sunday, October 20, 2013

Today's Flowers - Azalea, Alstroemeria etc.


 Azalea indica is a cousin of the Rhododendron. It flowers in profusion in the Nilgiris.
 A mixed border of Cosmos adds colour to the garden.
 Abutilon with its beautiful flowers
The Peruvian lily Alstroemeria comes in many hues.
You can see more beautiful flowers in Today's Flowers.

7 comments:

  1. Alstromeria are so pretty! How nice to see them growing, we get them as cut flowers here.

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  2. Exquisite flowers and such beautiful colors! I always look forward to your photos for the day and I'm never disappointed! Hope you're enjoying a lovely weekend!

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  3. You have make beautiful photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  4. I love this cosmos. But this variety of cosmos (Cosmos bipinnatus) only grow well on the highland tropics. I just can't plant yellow-orange cosmos (Cosmos sulphureus) and edible cosmos (Cosmos caudatus). Thank for sharing

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  5. What a great variety of colors and petals! I think I like the cosmos the best.

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  6. Usually your posts show exotic flowers I can only dream of growing, but this post shows flowers I can grow in the uk ! Cosmos are one of the stalwarts of my summer garden, but die off with the first frost.

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