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Sunday, December 26, 2010

Missing the best part, Roses.

 the first bloom of pink rose

Kakdah was very exited with the first bloom. Whenever we were out of the house, she would rush to the  flower and she looked like the happiest wife, mother and grandmother on earth. Then I got to go to Cherating for a few days, taking her along, leaving roses and the whole garden to nature.

Back from the trip, she practically shouted exclaiming " No less than 30 roses!!" as we got out of the car. Some had passed their prime time. She never had so many roses from a single plant before and yet she terribly missed the best part, seeing buds taking turn to open and bloom happily.


 the pink rose plant in a pot.

 so many flowers

and most had passed their prime time.

Thanks:
Kakdah took the last three pictures.


bangchik and kakdah
Taman Kota Harmoni, Tanah Merah, Kelantan

4 comments:

  1. salam.macamana pokok ros boleh berbunga begitu lebat?selalunya bunga ros yg cm tanam hanya ada sekuntum dua je...pasti kakdah orang yang paling genbira..ceria ceria selalu:)

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  2. That's a lot of pretty pink roses! Thumb up to kakdah!

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  3. Kakdah's roses are fat and beautiful. Well done, kakdah!

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  4. cikmanggis
    Terima kasih kerana sudi menziarah blog ini. Memang, di Putrajaya dulu pun begitu, sekuntum dua saja berbunga. Kata Kakdah mungkin sebab heavy pruning waktu nak pindah kesini. Potong sampai tinggal perdu saja. Bila tumbuh semula, dia menggila.

    Malar
    kakdah says Thank you. Tanah Merah bless our staying here I guess....

    Milka
    The flower size is almost triple what we were used to in Putrajaya with the very same plant.

    ~Bangchik and Kakdah.
    pokok ros di Tanah Merah

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