16 April 2012

It's Naturally-Garden (22)...


         This post is something different from all other posts of my Garden series. I tried my best and introduced with exclusive and rare flowers & plants.. Yes! two post of my kitchen garden also has some exclusive elements. 
        In the meantime, I thought to enlarge the field and do something interesting. Actually, I had the opportunity to witness a vast range of experimentation and collections on this account.

       As such, I am going to show you all some vegetable & fruits growing on pots. These pots represented in the flower show 2012 in related category.

       Hope, viewing will be memorable, even may not have seen growing everywhere...
Brinjal! Big...
A Special variety of Brinjal! on pot.
Yellow Capsicum! Unique! to watch grown .. 
Ornamental Tomato..Colour is deep orange..

Not for consumption!


"Chikoo" the plant on 16 inch pot.

Snake Gourd! Veggy!

Big Red Chilli  (Ornamental)
Strawberry!


        Thanks to watch!


        Avibration 

15 comments:

Ranjana's craft blog said...

Hats off to your love for plants

Subhorup Dasgupta said...

Wow! That is some collection of unusual but eye-catching fruits and veggies! Very unique.

AmitAag said...

I loved it...amazing!

Vijay Shenoy said...

Interesting collection... cheers

Saru Singhal said...

WOW, my mother would love it. She would certainly need some tips.

alka narula said...

Phew ,i need to come nd see yr garden...loved the tomatoes ...tell me hw do u grow strawberries ,is it possible to grow thm in Delhi???

Being_AC said...

@ Ranjana's craft blog,
Many thanks to differentiate like that.. My role is limited.:)
Stay happy.

@Subhorup Dasgupta,
Glad to know the ultimate impact.:)
Actually I have no post ready to release, made out an instant as recorded in the camera..
Thank you.

@ AmitAag,
It's a honour..
I like to keep my attention for some more. My best of luck & sincere thanks to express ur feel.

indu chhibber said...

such lush veggies & fruits;your efforts show great results.

Being_AC said...

@ indu chhibber,
Thanks for your encouraging comment.
A part time habit, presently lacking quality involvement but at personal level grown a wide range if I look back of 25 years performances.
All market product are result of efforts.:) picturesqueness is the difference..
All the best.

Being_AC said...

@ Vijay Shenoy,
Thank you Vijay,
Glad to accept.. Cheers,
All the best.

@ Saru,
Welcome and pleased to note that,
Don't worry, I will share my little knowledge as far as possible.
Stay happy.

@ alka narula,
Thank you & enjoy the liberty to visit according to your convenience.:)
Certainly, you can grow anything what I displayed until now..
Regarding Strawberry read my post http://avibration.blogspot.in/2012/03/100-acknowledgment-real-immediacy.html.. need preparation of soil, quality seedling, timing, care & supplement to arrive the result.
During off season grown at green house with temp. control measures.
Satisfied! Best of luck.

Vetrimagal said...

Lovely plants and produce sir, A good effort indeed.

Being_AC said...

@ Vetrimagal,
I remain thankful..
and your endorsement is highly appreciated. Good luck.

Bhavana said...

are they all your plants? The veggies and fruit make me so hungry!!! Is the second photo really a brinjal??? It is huge and looks so different!

Being_AC said...

@ Bhavana,
Your questions are obvious. I mentioned in previous posts that now a days could not participate in experimental & rare growings. These pictures are of this year & my gardener friend, except Strawberry.
Yes! the 2nd one is a special variety of bringal..breeds for competition..
Thanks!

misti basu said...

really i never saw such a wonderful garden.regards.