Sunday, September 29, 2013

Today's Flowers

 Now that the monsoon rains have stopped, plants are putting out beautiful flowers. Dahlia  always brings out lovely flowers.
 The little torenia is also showing beautiful blue flowers.
 The King's Mantle Thunbergia has flowers fit for a king.
 This Shrimp plant has interesting flowers.
My thanks to the team of Today's Flowers who are doing a great job which brings joy to all.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

K for Kinship

 Weaver ants have no king, but a queen. They show great kinship in building their Kastle....
The Kite knows he is the King of all he surveys. He has neither kith nor kin.
Many thanks to Mrs. Nesbitt and kind Roger for carrying the wonderful ABCWednesday forward.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Today's Flowers in My Garden

Brugmansia flowers are big and bell shaped. They give out a mild fragrance at night.
 Dahlias have started blooming now.
 The purple King's Mantle Thunbergia erecta is always a show stopper with its brilliant colouring.
You can see what is blooming in other gardens throughout the world at

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Flowers for Today from my Garden

 Sanchezia bright flowers as well as bold leaves.
 Daedalacanthus has bright blue flowers.
 The Barbados Bachelor's Button is a bice colour.
My thanks to the team of Today's Flowers for hosting this meme.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

H for History

 Hisoric monuments dating back a thousand years are many in India. The monument above is the Gol Gumbaz of Bijapur
 The 1500 year sculpture above is in Badami
 This ancient temple is in Aihole.
 This is a historic 'Pigeon Post office' in Srirangapatna. All these monuments have tales of valour connected to them.
My thanks to Mrs.Nesbitt and Roger for so ably conducting this fascinating meme,

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Today's flower- Pereskia

 Pereskia is a lrge, spiny climber belonging to the Cactus family. It has started putting out its beautiful flowers in my garden now.
My thanks to the team of Today's Flowers where you can see what is flowering in other gardens.