This is the second rare series..offering use of inferential logic..and likely feel free to enter in a site without obligation or binding action.
A real and living association & fascinating observation, which is now being generously sharing... the credibility lies with a friend and colleague of mine who grown it.
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, watch and enjoy the second one which includes..
Brachycome: Rudbeckia: Mesmbryanthemum:
Lobelia: Linaria: & Love in Mist:
Brachycome: Also known as ‘Swan River Daisy’, Blue Zephyr & perfectly as Brachycome Iberidifolia… It brings good impact to a garden, pretty frost small and profuse colourful flowers. Having shades ranges blue, purple, white, pink, violet etc.. The plants is compact bushy shape with grey green leaves, best suited in hanging baskets and the flowers are ‘Aster’ like..
Rudbeckia: A daisy flower with gold petals, also called as ‘Black eyed Susan’, common in shades of yellow or orange with seed head at the centre, coarse texture and hairy leaves. Best grown in condition of full sun and moist soil…
Mesmbryanthemum: The name derived from Greek, meaning is ‘Midday Flowering’. It is a very interesting, splendid, sun loving & spreading plant. The nature is succulent; produce brilliant flower and lasting flower heads. A memorable moment to watch this flower…
Lobelia: It is precious flowering plant and bloom profusely, can be found in different varieties. It can be marking them distinctively from other flowers, and needs supports when matured. The colours vary in different varieties, prominent colour is blue & dark blue & violet.
Linaria: An interesting flower by formation and show. It’s a good choice, either for beds or pots. It grows freely, not required special care, can be propagated from cuttings. The display has dense flowering & attractive.
Love in Mist: All will agree, it’s pretty by name and appearance. It’s a delicate flower and known as Nigella Damascena, common name Love-in-Mist, with a tangle of ferny, fennel like foliage that form a mist around the flowers. An interesting puffs, straw flower like blooms, rare in a garden…
Thanks for watching and remember its identity:
Sorry! to take break for little more than 48 hours, happy to resume with rare approach.
A lot of things gone out of my mind, another rare series is ready for presentation till then stay happy.
Atanu Chatterjee (Avibration)