I’ve been out all day today, so this is another photo from my archives. These gorgeous Roses are not growing in my garden, but I took the photos all the … Continue reading Roses
This pretty pink thing was in a $2 tray of seedlings I picked up at my local nursery last week. I was looking for something colour to fill a hole … Continue reading Verbena
I was perusing my photos and found this adorable image of an impatien in the garden. This plant is my ‘Watcher on the Wall’ and, due to its gorgeous colour, this … Continue reading Impatiens
Today’s entry for Becky’s ‘In the Pink’ Square in September photo challenge is just a quick one. Meet Hypoestes phyllostachya – the Polka Dot Plant.
There’s no actual pink colour in today’s photo. But believe me when I say that (once again) I’m ‘tickled pink’ over something – my latest acquisition and my next entry in Becky’s ‘In … Continue reading NightSky® Petunia
There’s no botany lesson in Part 2 of my Begonia post, but there is a heartwarming story behind the origin of one of the Begonias I have in my garden.
More often than not, Begonias are grown for their highly decorative and spectacularly ornamental leaves, and for some, their flowers are secondary. I can’t look at this photo and agree with … Continue reading Begonia – Part 1
Not the sort of lipstick you want to use when requiring an application of colour, but lipsticks all the same. At least that’s what they look like to me.