What a beautiful garden filled with flowers. I especially like the vibrant red blooms and the delicate white.
It's lovely to see flowers in bloom to cheer us up. We're in the middle of a cold snap here are everything is covered in snow.
You really know how to hurt a girl. LOL! Just kidding. I am so jealous of all of those blooms. The orchids are so beautiful and I love that white bloom with the red bloom on the end. That is a gorgeous one.In all seriousness it is wonderful to see all of these beautiful blooms. Thanks for sharing them.
Beautiful one or two I recognise was that a plumbego and of course the orchid but all look lovely and delicate.
Wow! What lovely blooms! Drooling here in freezing cold New England.
Quite a few of those are UK houseplants - we could never grow those outside - and no doubt I will be finding lots of casualies in my own garden once our snow melts. Friends of ours have 36 inches in their backgarden.
Absolutely beautiful bloom! Wonderful post.
What a gorgeous garden and the purple orchids are stunning. I like the leaves/sky shot too, very creative eye.
Very pretty flowers! I really like that orangy hibiscus very much. I like her garden as well as Sitiawan :-D That little town has so much to offer. My neighbour is from Sitiawan, they always bring back specialty food like special chinese wine, chilly sauce and pau.
What a beautiful collection of flowers! Great pictures!
Kakdah's mum has many lovely flowers.
I am stunned to see the picture of beautiful flowers. They look awesome. Your blog made my day. Happy Blogging.
NOELLE, JO, HOCKINGS HILL GARDENER, JOANNE, CAROL, LEAVESNBLOOM, REBECCA, POETIC SHUTTERBUG, STEPHANIE, CATHERINE, BELLE, FLOWERS.Thanks everyone. I am sorry if the display of flowers hurts gardeners in regions where snow is still haunting them.... But this post does excite you to a certain extent and boils up the enthusiasm to plan and grow flowering plants the moment snow melt and the soil warms up a little. I know, you will rejoice when spring comes.Sitiawan is a little town. Kakdah grew up there at the outskirt, 100 metres away from a nice river. So as Stephanie mentioned, there are other specialty in Sitiawan. Chinese wine?.. haha.Cheers....~bangchikPutrajaya, Malaysia.
Now you make me long for my mom's garden. Rindu balik kampung weh ...
All the blooms are so lovely! And familiar. My sunset bells are gone now...they'll return in March only. The orchids are lovely and I like the colour of the balsam.Have a great weekend, Bangchik!
BLOSSOM.... then that calls for a trip down to see your Mom and her garden. She longs for you too... yea?KANAK7.... I guess man has been successful to creat a borderless world, not only on economy but on botany too. Plants growing and native here, are growing in other regions too. Green houses simulate ample environment for tropical plants. No wonder you are so familiar with most blooms.~bangchik
Oh, Kak Dah's hometown is in Sitiawan? I regularly go there. Not that far from my hometown, Bota Kanan :)