This is my 'Cempaka Gondok' or magnolia, that I got as a gift for my baby birth.
You can see the plant here.
The plant have been moved into bigger pot and I put it next to my bedroom, so I can see this plant from the window almost everyday.
Look... I found a flower bud!
Last week, when the bud was still small, I though it just a shoot.
I can wait to see the flower bloom and enjoy the exotic fragrance, peoples say it's a heavenly fragrance...
That makes me so happy...
Oh the anticipation for the unopened bud! I bet you can't wait to smell that flower!ReplyDelete
Yes, you're right, Sarah.Delete
It looks very different to my magnolia I look forward to seeing the flowerReplyDelete
Yes, Sue. When I see your magnolia on your post it so different to mine.Delete
I envy that you can plant in your garden exotic plants.ReplyDelete
For me it is getting colder. Morning temperatures to 2 degrees Celsius
Today, the sun shone and at noon is 18 degrees C.
Greeting from Polish.
Oh... that's so cold for me, Lucia. I hope you have a great week. Keep warm!Delete
So exciting to have a Magnolia bud. There are so many types of Magnolia, I suppose this is one for a warmer climate. I have 3 different Magnolias in my garden and I am looking forward to see your flower.ReplyDelete
I think you're right, Janneke. Mine is tropical magnolia, that grows so well on the hot heat weather.Delete
Very exciting! Tropical magnolias fascinate me, and I am always surprised how distinctive - but always delicious! - the fragrances of different magnolia species are.ReplyDelete
Yes, every magnolia has its special fragrance. So Exciting!Delete
Can't wait to see the flower when it comes out !ReplyDelete
Yes, me too, Jane.Delete
That's good! Please update us on the flowering progress!ReplyDelete
I will, Malar. Thanks for followingDelete