12 March 2012

Nature's Six pack! Flowers - Garden (17)



        It’s a matter of satisfaction that in the meantime I managed to release tentatively 12(Twelve) exclusive varieties of flowers, as per the followings…

1.     Pansy…Post No. 4
2.     Impatiens…Post No.5
3.     Petunia… Post No. 6
4.     Chrysanthemum (Big)…Post No.7
5.     Chrysanthemum(Small)…Post No.8
6.      Mari-Gold…Post No.9
7.      Dahlia…Post No.11
8.      Rose…Post No.12
9.      Antirrhinum…Post No.13
10.    Dianthus…Post No.14
11.    Salvia… Post No.15
12.    Orchids…Post No.16


        However, the list is not finished, there are much more to display with… 
        As such, now I decided to arrange to post in combination, according to the title Nature's ‘Six-Pack’...

        Hope to enjoy! And if you like may link to any specific preference already published.

         Today’s first six pack series consists... Celosia, Calendula, Nasturtium, Carnation, Poppy & Phlox.



Celosia blooming...
A cut flower variety with strong and large plumes with a lot of basal branches. Very bright coloured compact feather type plants with a range of colours.. 




Close up view
Calendula :An early flowering variety with attractive bush & free flowering. A dwarf variety is preferred, there are choice of orange, apricot, cream, lemon & golden yellow colours.











Nasturtium: It's variegated pale green and cream foliage with distinct vivid colour flowers, and provides brilliant display. A good hanging basket variety..






Carnation: Its double variety flowers have deeply lacinated petals on strong stems. A very good choice as cut flower.








Poppy: Is a common flower, have four to six petals...many colours & some have markings, easy care, interesting looks...




Phlox: A compact & free flowering plant with flowers star shaped growing in well packs, having garden performance present. easy to grow, good for pot or beds...



Thanks for your spontaneous visit..
Invited for the next time.

Best of luck!

Atanu Chatterjee (Avibration)

7 comments:

Vetrimagal said...

Sir,
Wonderful.
I do not remember whether I had informed earlier.
Please join the Floral Friday foto blog
http://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.in/.

Saru Singhal said...

WOW, this series is a treat for readers.

Thanks for those lovely pictures.

Being_AC said...

@ Vetrimagal,
Thank you for your opinion & invitation..
It's a pleasure to be a part of any creativity, but involvement with my blog is limited.:)
Do consider the possibility.

@ Saru,
Thanks a lot, being a part of my garden pictures. Practically! prime follower's always influence to think the presentation be interesting.:) as per ability!
Best of luck.

matheikal said...

Whenever I want the fragrance of nature, I'll visit your blog. Fabulous collection of flowers.

Subhorup Dasgupta said...

Wow. Though I have seen many of these posts (maybe all of them), I didn't realize how many of them you have written with those beautiful pics. You truly have a wonderful way with plants. Envy, envy. :)

Being_AC said...

@ matheikal,
Thanks is not enough for such statement.:)
I am privileged & honour to welcome you always.. wish good luck.

@ Subhorup Dasgupta,
Thank a lot to leave your kind appreciation. Gardening is my passion since long, now it's regulation. Yes the photos are of this year's only.
stay happy & enjoy..:)

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