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Monday, September 21, 2009

Flowers side by side.

Not the usual bright colored and sweet scented
flowers.


senduduk

celosia

kale or kailan



sawi
buds not open yet
cousin of zinnia?

our priceless sunflower
chive flowers
with seeds maturing.



mulberry,
the new member in our garden.



14 comments:

  1. I have celosia coming up all over!! Makes me crazy. That one sure looks like a zinnia.

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  2. you must have such a lovely garden. with all these just at your doorstep, wow!

    love the sawi and the mulberry

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  3. you take the most incredible photos....and I agree your garden must be incredible too...

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  4. Such pretty flowers. The senduduk is beautiful!

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  5. welcome mulberry. is that the plant that you can make paper with...

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  6. I love the celosia but do not see it very often out here. Such a refreshing garden.

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  7. i have a few celosia this year...it comes in so many beautiful colors. Mine is a bright bright red, like yours. I have a mulberry tree. I made jam with the berries. Lovely pictures!

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  8. The celosia self-seed and come back? We just have them as annuals here. I never paid them much though until this past year - but still not quite sure how to use them in my garden.

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  9. Besides zinnia and marigold, celosia seems to grow better in our climate isn't it?

    Selamat menyambut Hari Raya!

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  10. I'm going to try celosia next year. It does seem to take the heat fairly well. Am I right?

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  11. Hi.., thanks everyone.

    The zest shown by celosia to reseed is astonishing... Janet suggested the red flower as zinnia... definitely very different from zinnia we had before. This is a single layer of petals.

    Cheers
    ~bangchik

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