Wednesday, December 1, 2010

cut them short.

Kakdah cut them short before they were loaded into the lorry to Tanah Merah from Putrajaya. Now they let out young shoots to witness a different weather and sky. I don't know what the little shoots were thinking..., but the red shoots of rose plant are definitely grinning with high hope       


new shoots of yellow flower plants


bangchik

14 comments:

  1. You are "creating" the new garden organizing a lawn yard, seeding various plants.. It's very inspiring for me to see your progresses in creating it!

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  2. Every time, I come visit you, I found new plant and some I don't know at all, thank you for sharing.
    Have a great day.

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  3. Simply sweet! I will be watching to see how they turn out.

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  4. What beautiful young shoots, they seem to like the new location very much. :)

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  5. More progress in your garden...plant acclimation to new environment!

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  6. I guess all your plants are having a new beginning and fresh start in your new garden.

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  7. They are adapting to the new conditions! Can't wait to see them.

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  8. takaeko.... doing it from scratch is fun when we start planning for short term gains and the long term too. Pots are the most versatile ones, where we can spread them as we like to suit the imagination. Lawn is definitely long term.

    kathrin.... thanks, i am sure they will grow with wishes from all over the continents.

    Ellada.... huh, talk about plants, there are millions more growing in the jungle we never heard before...

    comeca jones.... they will grow flower soon. they need encouragement too... haha

    rebecca... yes, the weather is rather cool now, and they seem to enjoy it.

    theanne and baron.... jet lag is over for them ( or lorry lag), and now is time to see the sky. they are enjoying it.

    james.... yes, they are grinning.

    aaron.... they probably are adjusting to the new conditions, how much water to absorb through the roots, how big should the pores opening be to let carbon dioxide in for photosynthesis and to let the biproducts; oxygen and water out... but they never complain or cry out loud.

    bangchik

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  9. Dear Bangchik, I sense your excitement as you create your new garden. You are a true gardener! Pam

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  10. pam... i wish i had more time in the garden.... more than the present one hour before dark. ~bangchik

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  11. Your plants seems to love their new home! That is great!

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  12. mania
    kitchen flavours
    .... To a point, plants seem to love the new environment, the cool weather especially, but monsoon rain is still a threat, splashing water into pots.

    ~bangchik
    Tanah Merah, Kelantan.

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