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Sunday, January 26, 2014

TAPAK DARA PUTIH - WHITE VINCA

This is one of three perennial vincas on my front garden.
We can see the flowers every day.
So beautiful...


 



So many benefit from this beautiful plant.
A useful plant...





12 comments:

  1. We have three vincas - two have blue flowers and one of those has variegated leaves, the other has purple flowers. I've never come across this colour over here though.

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    1. I have never seen the variegated leaves variety. I hope you will show me yours

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  2. It looks lovely with simple flowers. I shall have to see if I can obtain one.

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    1. Yes, a very simple and easy growing plant. So lovely.

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  3. Beautiful Vinca, very special with the pink button in the centre. I also grow Vincas in my garden, of course other cultivars because our climate is different. We have Vinca minor and major in blue, purple and white and there is variegated form. They start flowering in April/May, when they are in flower I shall make pictures for the blog, than you can see the similarities.

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    1. Sounds so interesting. I can't wait to see your Vincas.

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  4. Gorgeous..such beautiful photos ..lovely white blooms..I love vincas too!
    Thanks for your kind visit!
    Victoria

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    1. Thank you for stopping by. Have a nice day

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  7. Hi Endah, I noticed the beautiful photo of the vinca plant. We also know it as periwinkle. For many years we always grew it in our summer garden. I love the fresh looking foliage and the pretty flowers and it loved our summer heat. Now it doesn't trive in my yard. Perhaps I have enriched my soil too much! But what I wanted to say, and you may know this already, but I have learned that the vinca plant is used in the treatment of cancer. I have been undergoing chemotherapy (for almost two years) and I believe one of the first chemicals that they used for me was made from the vinca alkoloids. Unforunately, that one didn't work for me, but the doctors are still trying. But the vinca is a pretty plant and with many uses, as you noted!

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