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Thursday, April 3, 2014

STEFANOT UNGU : THIS IS THE FIRST...

You have known about the second blossom of my stefanot on 2014.
And now, I'm showing you the first...
The flowers were blooming on the middle of January.
The flowers were only bearing on the up side of my green gate.
The only branches which got more sunshine that appeared flower buds.
You could see the progress...
And please enjoy the beauty...













18 comments:

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    1. Thanks John. Just a little wonderful thing from our nature.

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  2. Thanks endah ... By giving us the beauty of your lovely flowers in the rainy day we have today
    Have a good weekend.
    a kiss.

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    1. You are welcome. We had rainy afternoon too, today. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  3. Lots of bloom on one plant, the bees probably like it.

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    1. Yea, we can find lots of bees and butterflies almost everyday.

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  4. They are so pretty! My crocuses are up here, but none of my bushes are in bloom yet.

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    1. Thanks Lisa. Crocus is someting that really interested me, but I can't grow it here.

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  5. So unusual with their clusters of blooms. Gorgeous! Looks like it would attract a lot of pollinators, too.

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    1. Thanks. You can find lots of bees and butterflies fly here and there.

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  6. Dear Endah,
    these flowers are amazingly beautiful! The one I showed is lavender, it likes warm to hot temperatures, but little water, is also used as a herb and in perfume. It might grow in Indonesia, if sheltered from too much rain. (I am shure, you know it allread...) Have a nice weekend and a good harvest! Yours Sarah

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    1. Oh, I see. I sowed lavender seeds last month, but they haven't sprouting yet. May be my lavender has different variety with yours.

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  7. Beautiful flowers?
    No, they are wonderful.
    Greetings.

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