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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

wordless wednesday: a pause










bangchik

13 comments:

  1. lovely photos Bangchik, i also did not know there is a white Clitoria ternatea.

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  2. bangchik
    Your tomatoes have been getting ripe and look so juicy and delicious.

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  3. Bangchik, Are those red tomatoes, cherry tomatoes? Mine doesn't last very long. I wonder if yours fare better. It won't be wordless replies as well, right?

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  4. Beautiful photos! Our tomatoes are going, going, almost gone. The temperatures are cooling off quickly now, and fall is in the air here.

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  5. Those tomatoes look very tasty!
    and the flowers look beautiful.

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  6. Thanks bloggers and gardeners. Today is without rain, it is hot. Mulberry has leaves wilting, or maybe kakdah missed watering that pot. I am not in a position to get into the garden these few days.

    Andrea~ blue is very much sought after for clitoria ternatea. White is rather rare, and someone had indicated that white is the wild version.

    Takaeko~ those ripening tomato are from the container. They looks okey. Some fruits seem to have skin broken. I thought it is the alternate scorching and rainy days that make the skin breaks. I dont know..

    One~ they are not cherry, that's for sure. Cherry is a lot smaller almost thumb-sized. Just ordinary tomato we can get from the market. haha.. it's not wordless replies.

    Aerie-el~ It should be nice to see fall coming at your place... where green changes colour to something yellowish...

    delcasmx ~ thanks, yes tomato is always juicy. The flowers displayed are clitoria ternatea, of white and blue varieties.

    Cheers, have a great day
    BANGCHIK.

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  7. These are fantastic macro shots. Your tomatoes look so scrumptious.

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  8. Your tomatoes look so juicy!
    So lovely vegetable flowers!

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  9. Lovely pictures. It is getting very cool here so I have had to clear away all my tomatoes.

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  10. Poetic -thanks, those are good ones, but some crack at the skin. A few bored by pests.

    Malar -those flowers belong to clitoria ternatea; white and blue.

    Easygardener -tomatoes about to end in my garden. I will soon grow them again.

    bangchik
    putrajaya Malaysia

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  11. I've never seen a white clitoria before, so pretty.

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  12. Bangchik, How are you? Are you unwell? Here is some healing energy for you.... :)

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  13. Jama~ white is indeed rare, but two of my plants is white, only one is blue.

    One~ Not too well physically... haha... work schedule and target is pressing too. ya ya, i understand the healing energy.

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