Flowers (Part 2)

There are so much variety when it comes to flowers that bloom on the surface of this planet that I am awestruck at the abundance and uniqueness of it! Now, being in a tropical region, I have come across a lot of perennials and annuals that bloom around here indigenously or otherwise.

For me, I definitely love our usual yet, refreshing outdoor flowers, whether it be hibiscus, champa, gerbera, chrysanthemums, canna, passion flower, rose, and so many others which; if I start naming individually, will take up all of the post!

Flowers need not be scented for me to like them, I like them either way, just as they are; absolutely perfect. They bring color in our lives and some newness in a relatively mundane routine…

What type of flowers do you like? Let us know in the comment section below!!!

Published by Reema

Entrepreneur | Author of 2 Ebooks | Gardener

2 thoughts on “Flowers (Part 2)

  1. I am trying to grow Yellow Champa or Michellia champa. Th eplant is fine and still looks health and the pot is also considerably big. Yet I don’t see any buds coming out of it. Its been more than 3 month since I planted it. Got it from a nearby nursery. When I first plated, it has one bud that gave a flower but after that none. Any suggestion to encourage growth and also for good blooms would really help.

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    1. Yes. It is a seasonal flowering plant. It will flower in summers, but mainly monsoons!! So starting just before the blooming season, keep adding organic compost at regular intervals (preferably one month).


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