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Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Some Flowers From My Garden

We are now having a mixture of hot and wet days. Some nights we need to switch on the air-con and some nights we only need the fan to sleep.
 On misty morning at the park. The mist were there only for a short while before it disappeared.
 White periwinkles. I don't remember planting them but am happy to be blessed with these white periwinkles.
 Cute miniature pink hibiscus.
 I harvested these Plantago Major plants to boil as herbal drink, good for cleansing of urinary track and bladder.
 It was gloomy for the whole day.
The little black specks were birds flying across the sky.
 Japanese roses in full bloom
 I also don't remember planting this colour but am blessed with such lovely unique colour.
Blessing of abundant clusters of yellow and orange flowers from our Bauhinia Kockiana plants.


You sent abundant rain upon your land, O God,

to refresh it in its weariness! There your people lived,

for you gave them this home when they were destitute.

(Psalm 68:9-10, The Living Bible-TLB)

45 comments:

  1. SO much to love here! Your misty morning sunrise is beautiful!! I have never seen white periwinkles, and did not know there is such a thing. I also did not know there are miniature hibiscus. Your sky photo with the sun shining through slits in the clouds, and the birds is stunning!!!!

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  2. Still very hot in sg. Very lovely flowers especially the japanese roses.

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  3. Your garden is so pretty and colorful! I love seeing plants that don't grow in my part of the world.

    Your link is a great part of 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks for joining us.
    My Corner of the World

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    1. Thank you, Betty. I also enjoy seeing flowers and plants growing well other places.

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  4. ...and to think, Plantago Major is often thought of as a weed.

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    1. There are many weeds growing in my garden which many claim to be useful but if I am not sure, I won't dare consume.

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  5. I love your pictures, the flowers are so pretty ☺

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  6. Your flowers are lovely and gladdens my heart!

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  7. You have an amazing green thumb. Beautiful.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  8. Nice flowers! Oh, so those are plantago major plants.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I am glad the herb is now growing wild in my garden.

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  9. Looks amazing, thanks for sharing...

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  10. The flowers and blooms are a delight.

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  11. Such beautiful flowers in your garden! I must get some periwinkle plants soon. They grow well here in Texas - especially if we keep them watered.

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    1. Thank you, Linda. The bright colours of the periwinkles brighten up our garden.

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  12. Sehr schöne Blumen wachsen in deinem Garten und das nur, weil es ihnen dort gefällt, das ist eine tolle Sache!

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    1. Very beautiful flowers grow in your garden and that's just because they like it there, that's a great thing!

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    2. Thank you, Heidi. The beautiful flowers are my reward.

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  13. I enjoyed seeing these...so pretty. And the sunrise was gorgeous.

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  14. A tropical paradice! Love the sunset photos! Have a great week!

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  15. Todas tus flores están preciosas. Un beso.

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  16. Lovely capture on your garden flowers and I also liked the misty morning sunrise!

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  17. The bauhinia are blooming all out!

    Yeah these days it's alternating between rainy cool days and hot-need-aircon days.

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    1. For the past few days, the sky has been gloomy and rain is expected.

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