A real and living association & fascinating observation, which is now being generously sharing...
Here comes end of rare series, although a number of flowers left due to lack of identification, nomenclature & name.
The six pack of Nature... in the first rare series was...
1. GODETIA 2. DAISY (BELLIS) ORANGE 3. COREOPSIS
4. DIMOPHOTHECA 5. CLARKIA ELEGANS 6. CALANTHOUS
In continuation, the second rare series includes..
1.Brachycome: 2. Rudbeckia: 3.Mesmbryanthemum:
4.Lobelia: 5.Linaria: 6.Love in Mist:
Here you are going to see...
Osteospermum: An African Daisy, not entirely hardy plant and prefers sunlight’s. The flowers open in direct sun and closes during evening. Here the variety is hybrid. It adds good value in the garden and rewarding with lovely abundant blooms, colour ranges from pale yellow, orange to white, pink & purple, the petals are regular and smooth…
|13. OSTEOSPERMUM ...|
Heliotrope: Heliotropium Arborescens… idea for outdoor garden in pots or flower beds, grown as ingredient for perfume. A popular plant, when blooms it light the landscape and leaves it scent. Get ready to enjoy the flower...
|14. HELIOTROPE ...|
Echium: Its striking flower form of tall racemes and looks attractive in the garden. The plant has long hairy leaves support a tall spike of flower. The flower opens in light colour and fades to ultimate blue. The most common colour is blue, but available in different colours too.
|15. ECHIUM ...|
Austrich: Do not correlate with any details, but appears as cape daisy and similar to Arctotis fastuosa. The inflorescence is a solitary flower head is extremely attractive. Its ray florets and blooms upright. Actually, the name pronounced as per list provided, and the mistake is due to spell what I guess...
|16. AUSTRICH ...|
Arctotis: Arctotis Veusta provides a reliable colourful display, having number of upright blooming stems and strong taproot. The plants forms round bushes, light green leaves, white flowers above foliage are very attractive. Have attractive yellow, red, orange & white colour flowers.
|17. ARCTOTIS ...|
Digitalis: Digitalis Pupurea a short lived perennial plant, leaves are spirally arranged. The flowers are arranged in a terminal, elongated clusters and each flower is tubular and pendent. The corolla is spotted inside the bottom of the tube. Colour includes pink, rose, yellow or white.
|18. DIGITALIS ...|
Hope enjoyed viewing atleast through photographs, may imagine the experience of growing & watching from close quarter...
In the meantime, succeeded to host about 190 (One hundred ninety) photographs in 21 posts of my Garden Series...
Atanu Chatterjee (Avibration)