My Little Plants

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Amaranthus Flying Colours... I am so excited about the progress of these plants. I am sure their real colours are going to come out soon. Till then, I hope the plants are not too crowded. I just couldn't find another place to separately place them now... there is simply no more space in my garden!


A sunflower that I am really looking forward to seeing the blooms... it's going to be chocolate :-)



My Fressias are growing so slowly... I do not know why but I hope they will continue to grow well.

Have you grown these plants before?

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16 comments

  1. Hey, I like your new image here! Once in a while, it feels fresh to have a change. I have only grown a sunflower from your list. Looking forward to see the seedlings mature. Do keep us updated :)

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  2. I like the colored leaves on your Amaranthus. Chocolate sunflower sounds interesting, I'd like to see that. :)

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  3. Hi Stef,
    Can't wait to see the results, keep us posted. Like your new blog layout too.

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  4. Flying colours, looks a bit lika camuflage to me, I like that texture :)
    Sunflowers like choclate, sounds interresting, mine are 'ruby' something and will be dark too..
    I only planted Freesia from bulbs, and they haven't taken all that long time, are yours from seed ?
    Happy gardening dear freind :)

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  5. I also bought some punnets labelled 'Amaranthus Flying Colour' and they've just started to show their colours ... but I'm getting very vibrant pinks. I though Flying Colours were meant to be yellow. Looks like you've got the yellow ones.

    Looking forward to seeing that chocolate Sunflower of yours ... I really like the darker ones! Your Freesias are ahead of mine ... mine are really slow!

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  6. Cute! I can't wait to see them all bloom, especially the chocolate sunflower!

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  7. Chocolate sunflower??? wow that's amazing! Do keep us updated about your sunflower!

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  8. Looking forward to see all of them flower.
    Great job!

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  9. Hi Steph, been meaning to grow sunflowers but haven't got round to it. Look forward to seeing these babies grow up! Cheers, catmint

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  10. Hi Stephanie,
    I've never grown freesia, but I do know they are very beautiful. Looking forward to your blooms :)
    Brad

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  11. sunflower sounds like it will be amazing. Wish I could be there to catch the fragrance of the freesia. I'll be waiting for a follow up! :)

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  12. It looks like everybody seem to be changing their headers, just like changing gowns! Stephanie, i hope your new sunflower will not have aphids before the flowers show up.

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  13. I hope that your freesia will be beautiful soon! They have the most intoxicating fragrance.
    I love sunflowers but I am allergic to their pollen. I still grow them. I must be nuts.

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  14. Isn't it amazing when you start a garden you think you'll never fill the space, and then it fills up overnight, and you have to start another bed.
    Suzanne

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  15. Mia, they are all started from seed.

    Thanks all! I really hope to be able to smell the fragrance of fressia and see a chocolate sunflower appearing in my garden soon.

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