26 March 2012

Nature's Six pack! f-Garden (19)...


           Today, I am going to release my first rare variety series. It’s rare in a sense of something extra ordinary… Most importantly, none of the flowers have been grown at my garden, and seedlings are rare to get available for growing. Already informed for the last few years I separated myself from experimental or securing rare flowers seedlings, due to exigencies & time constrains. In spite of that, my contacts adequately provide information & progress that takes place in this territory of hobby, particularly at personal capabilities.


        All these flowers blooms at this season of spring (winter), here near to my residence, a real and living association & fascinating observation, which now being generously sharing for enrichment and awareness... the credibility lies with a friend & colleague of mine.
The six pack of Nature includes...


1.  GODETIA 2.  DAISY (BELLIS) ORANGE 3.  COREOPSIS 
4.  DIMOPHOTHECA 5.  CLARKIA ELEGANS 6.  CALANTHOUS



Now watch my realization...picture perfect...

Godetia: It goes by also with the name ‘farewell of spring’, having upright plants bearing cup like flowers in shades of colours…white, crimson, scarlet… propagates from seeds & suitable to grow on pots. 

1. Godetia...



Diasy ( Bellis): Diasy bellis orange being displayed. The name comes from day’s eye; the flower closes every night and again opens every day. A steady durable flower and enhances the interiority of a garden.

2.  DAISY (BELLS) ORANGE...



Coreopis: Also named as ‘tickseed’ by appearance. The flowers is clump forming holding their flowers on tall stems above the foliage. The flowers have profuse blooms with different species.


3.  COREOPSIS...



Dimorphotheca: A genus of African variety with terminal solitary white, there are others colour too. The word name of this flower does not usually appear in dictionary. The flower has mesmerized look, if seen from close, having satin appearance of their leaves. A prolific eye catching flower of the season, and glistening white variety opens with warmth of the sun…


4.  DIMORPHOTHECA... 





Clarkia Elegans: A wild flower actually named from elegant Clarkia, the plant height between 18 to 24 inches, grows in full sun. Really a beautiful flower that blooms with soft colour, puffy blossom grows on spikes-Lovely! a good cut flower.

5.  CLARKIA ELEGANS...  





Calanthus: A well known ornamental perfect flower, corolla red to other colours. Termed as Aeschynanthus Calanthus, here the blooming state could not be captured, it’s magnificent. Three years back I grow this at my garden, huge size and beautiful get up.

6.  CALANTHOUS...




        Finally, I express my thanks to Shri Ashim Dey, a colleague and amateur gardener, who although junior in this hobby has developed, put forward substantial contributions at this personal field of hobby. I highly appreciate his dedication to lead the possible progress from where I assembled this rare series of this season. Otherwise, it could have been difficult task, although a number of delicate flowers grown at my garden earlier, but have no presentable pictures or may have at mannul films…
           Thanks! 

11 comments:

Dee... said...

If i watch them for hours,,
i will definitely feel relaxed..
great snaps :)

Being_AC said...

Welcome Deepak!
Thanks to become relaxed,
Yes! do understand now the stress element is too much.:)
Remain conscious to generate more antidote snaps. Now the camera works instead of skills, more surprise awaits in the queue.Stay happy.

Abhyudaya Shrivastava said...

Great photographs sir! Thoroughly enjoyed your post!

Rohit Singh Jain said...

Sounds exciting(as I'm a nature lover). I only wish there were more such kind of spaces in Chennai too.

Being_AC said...

@ Rohit Singh Jain,
Thanks a lot & it's pleasure to have a Nature lover associated with the post. Naturally, I agreed what you said, but this progress is based on individual effort.
Wish best of luck and support your passion to love nature.

Princess Poo said...

Wow this is beautiful :).
Perfect capture :D.
I love Godetia :).
The flowers are making me smile :).
Too good jhi :D.
Just loving it :).

PS Can you remove the WORD VERIFICATION? The comments are moderated right.. So please. Thank you.

Being_AC said...

@ Abhyudaya Shrivastava,
Equally! I am happy to have your presence & read..
Many thanks for your warm response.
Stay happy.

@ Princess Poo..
Thank you Pooja for for visit & joyful expression.:) particularly glad,as able to influence a soul of future citizen..
Keep smiling & prolong it by watching earlier 18 posts having 140 pictures..

Tried what u said, unsuccessful:( further make out time to combat it.
Best of luck.

Saru Singhal said...

Lovely yet again. Love the photos of the rare flowers...:)

Thank you for sharing!

Being_AC said...

Thank you Saru to persue your visit as routine..I also take the energy & direction from you valued visitors.:)

Advance thanks for arriving soon some more rares..BOL

Vetrimagal Jayalakshmi said...

Such rare flowers, grown with so much care and attention.
Thanks for sharing.

Being_AC said...

@ Vetrimagal Jayalakshmi,
Sorry for late notice.
Thank you for the favour,
Its growing demands progress & perfection.