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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Wednesday ~ flowers of the garden










bangchik

14 comments:

  1. Great shots! The sunflower pic is great (one of my favorite flowers). What is that fourth flower from the top? It's very cool looking!

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  2. Foto yang amat memberangsangkan. Amat meruntun hati untuk menikmatinya.

    Tahniah buat tuan!

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  3. -joseph
    The fourth is senduduk flower. Senduduks grow wild here, along the the roadside and on the fringe of plantations. I have two plants domesticated in the garden.

    -madisyak
    Terimakasih.sebahagian dari kecantikan terbiar sebenarnya. Senduduk terutamanya.

    Thanks, have a nice day.
    Bangchik and kakdah.

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  4. Hi Bang Chik, what is the name of the flowers in the last photo? I love that colour. Would love to grow them in my garden.

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  5. Hi Bangchik,
    Is that last one a Zinnia? wonderful colors.

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  6. So beautiful! I especially like the shades of purple. :)

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  7. JC
    That one is zinnia... I can save the seeds and post them over to you.. Interested?

    Doc
    You are right. Zinnia.

    Rebecca.
    Purple is beautiful, that probably be the reason british monarchy take purple as the royal colour...

    Cheers
    Bangchik

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  8. Oh they are so pretty Bangchik! And good shots too. cool.

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  9. Steph.
    Thanks, but the collections lack the exotic range you have been keeping in your garden.

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  11. Lovely flowers! I love the zinnias!

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  12. I've just realized the first is garlic chives - one of my favourite plants.

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  13. Aaron
    Catmint

    Zinnia seems to extend the flowering time longer than normal. They are nice and presently in abundance. Chive's flower is sweet, white, clean and serene looking. But with chive we simply can't guess when the next flower will appear.

    Have a nice dat,
    Bangchik

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  14. Oh Bang Chik, I would love to have the Zinnia seeds. How can I email my address to you? Or do you still them from the last time when I got your roselle seeds?

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