I know it sounds and looks weird…. but we do need a reminder every now and then… Especially after a beautiful flower series… This is a mandatory post. Don’t buy plants only for their aesthetic appeal.. Don’t force them to look a particular way. They have their individuality like you have yours. They don’t haveContinue reading “Reminder: Plants are living beings!”
Heyy friends.. this is the last one in the series… Its called the Firecracker Flower or Crossandra infundibuliformis. It is native to southern India but I believe it can be grown in several different regions as this plant has received Award of Garden Merit from Royal Horticultural Society in 2017. 3 main reasons to have thisContinue reading “Flower Garden – Part XX – Firecracker Flower”
I really wanna talk about these 2 Jasmines which are native to Asia/India. The first one is Tabernaemontana divaricata or commonly called pinwheel flower, crape jasmine, East India rosebay. Also called as Tagar or chandni in Hindi. The second one is Gardenia jasminoides To my friends across continents… Both these jasmines are native to Asia… I don’t knowContinue reading “Flower Garden – Part XIX – Asian Jasmines”
Today, we are going to discuss about two plants, which have very fragrant flowers and bloom only during night. The first one, Cestrum nocturnum, common names include night-blooming jasmine, night-blooming cestrum, and raatrani. The second one, Nyctanthes arbor-tristis, the night-flowering jasmine or parijat. The above image of Parijat flower does not belong to reemasgarden.com So, 3 reasons whyContinue reading “Flower Garden – Part XVII – The Nocturnal flowers”
Vinca also called as periwinkle in English or Sadaphuli in Hindi are beautiful small colorful flowers. They are perfect for adding different colors to your Garden!
Petunias have multiple blooms at a time; gives your garden the grandeur you have been searching for.
Often called as CHAMPA or CHAPHA, Plumeria is one of the most easiest growing plants. That is one of the primary reasons why…
Exceptionally beautiful vines, the rangoon creeper..
Isn’t it bright and beautiful?