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Thursday, October 17, 2013

AFTER THE WORM'S ATTACK


Maybe you still remember the worm attack  on my old post.
Look... my Bangkok rose (Mussaenda phillipica) start raising the buds .

So many safe shoots grow and raise flower buds.
The petals are wide and have rose color.
Absolutely embellish my front garden.
Please check the progress...


Two weeks after the attack... 

Young buds... pale green color look so dominant

A cluster of young buds at the end of branching

Three weeks later...

Clusters of flower  buds

Larger buds on the sunny area

brighter color
Four weeks later...


Full color
I love this flowers... 
It's cheering my front yard.

12 comments:

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    1. Really nice color. I have four variety of Mussaenda. Actually, it's an old fashion flower.

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  2. So wonderful flowers!☺
    Hugs Crissi

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    1. Hi Crissi, welcome to my blog. Yes, they are so wonderful especially during the dry season. The hot and sunny weather will promote flowering.
      Thank you for coming by.

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  3. I imagine flowers in your part of the world to all have such vivid colours,

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    1. Actually, the tropical plants usually have gloomy and dark colors, especially that originates from tropical rain forest. Just a view variety that have bright and vivid color. Thank you for coming by.

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  4. Oh Endah
    You show us the wonders of nature.
    I am delighted with your excellent plants.
    Greetings.

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    1. Thank you Lucia. You share me your wonderful nature, and I share you my wonderful nature. Thank you for stopping by.

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  5. A gradual colour change but stunning when it's at its brightest.

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    1. That's right! The brightest color is so charming. From four variety that I planted, this is my favorite.

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  6. A lot of change in those four weeks! Beautiful flower - I just love its bright color.

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    1. They grew and changed so fast. Lovely flower.

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