Sunny Blooms

Saturday, February 08, 2020

Hello February! It is the second month of the Year 2020 already and I am amazed how time flies.

Rosa 'Othello' has sent out a gorgeous bloom with the most sweet scent. This rose shrub however has not been productive. It has been sending out blind shoot after blind shoot for many months.


The day before, when the flower bud was closed up, the colour red is already very vivid...


Meanwhile the mini pale pink roses are the stars. They sparkle under bright sun.


I have been growing one mini rose in a much bigger pot but I can't see the difference between growing the plant in a small pot and a bigger one.


Bought this pot from Daiso for years and now I have finally found a way to use it - training the creeping fig to climb up the handle, yippie!


The sandpaper vine has not finished with flowering yet. I see more flowers coming out lately.


The flower bud of the jasmine takes forever to form... hey please hurry up... ;)


Have a wonderful February!

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10 comments

  1. All nicely blooming,happy for you. I like all the roses. Roses are fussy i always think, only those who are patient enough can have success in growing them.

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    1. Roses are heavy feeders too! Yup, they demand loads of attention ;)

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  2. Beautiful, especially the mini rose.
    Some of my rose collections are blooming right now, but they stand out only a moment, then the petals will fallen down on to the ground soon.

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    1. Yeah they fade fast :(

      Your roses are blooming now? I am excited for you ヽ(•‿•)ノ

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  3. Oh yes what else we want other then serendipity in garden ..your buds of jasmine reminds me of summer will be approaching here soon.Happy weekend.

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    1. May the jasmines fill your garden with loads of their sweet scent this summer, Arun Goyal.

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  4. Wow...I like the pot. Look so lovely with the creeping plant.

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  5. I just love roses but they are so challenging to cultivate them especially when they are so riddled with pest attacks. Yours looks so lovely, especially the miniature roses

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. BTW, that miniature rose is an easy bloomer. The big red rose is slow to bloom. Both are pest free as long as I can remember. Probably they are good hybrids.

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