These are dwarf sanseverias. Wow, I have plenty of these, maybe I ought to find a buyer someday. hehe…
The pink mums are so beautiful. I would end up with empty wallet if I buy these on a whim.
Mums in pots and in different colors. So eye-catching!
Saw these beautiful blooms of variegated poinsettia but they were labeled “not for sale”.
Mums in wonderful colors. They are sun-loving plants and they thrive well planted directly in well-irrigated soil.
Don’t you just wish you have these beautiful white Chrysanthemums in your own garden?
Showy plants, aren’t they? I simply love their different hues.
I forgot the name of this bell-shaped flower, I think they also belong the the family of lilies.
Stargazers, they are my favorite flowers and it takes quite a while for them to bloom.
The gardener says this is a new breed of petunia, its variegated flowers are simply beautiful.
They call her the Hydrangea lady or is she the Mums Lady?
These are Geraniums, bought a pot for my garden.
Can you see the water fountain here? Nice, isn’t it?
I’ve been dreaming to buy these since I saw them at Caleruega, so I bought four pots in different colors. They are called Celosia.
So can you identify these plants?
Orchids and Lilies
Wow, so many colors of impatiens!
These are horsetail, used to have them in my garden.
Entrance to one of the gardens there. It reminds me of a Secret Garden, you don’t know what is in store and discovering the place is simply a delight.
Hanging petunias in bloom!
Nice garden seats, how I wish I have one…
In our part of the world, the rainy season has set in, although technically it should still be summer. It’s only the middle of May now but the past few days, we had monsoon rains and flash floods aside from the recent typhoon Emong which devastated some areas like Pangasinan and other surrounding towns. Our town Mabini, which is located in the western part of Pangasinan has no electricity yet until now. And no electricity means no supply of water too. It’s good that in our house there, they still have this old reliable water pump connected from a concrete well which the family had been using for so many years now.
Here in the city, the continuous rains for the past several days were beneficial of course to some of our planted vegetables and perennial and annual plants in our small garden. The hubby made a trellis at the back of the house and planted some vegetables like squash, ampalaya, tomatoes and pechay. It’s always a thrill to see new shoots like this squash bud we saw lately,but you have to cross pollinate it with a male squash flower in order to grow. He has also planted bonito ampalaya, those seemingly small ampalaya which are normally mixed with other veggies to make our famous pinakbet. Tomatoes are also in abundance although we only have about four tomato shrubs planted alongside some potted pechay. Our two dwarf kalamansi trees are bursting with fruits. And it’s really so nice to grow organic plants like these, you are simply rewarded with fresh produce everytime you need it.