Growing Way Too Fast

Thursday, March 11, 2021

I am not sure if it's the hot sunny days or the frequent fertilisers I have applied, my plants seem to grow really fast these days. My spider tresses plant has reached the end of its flowering stage so quickly. There are not many flowers on the shrub right now as most have dropped.



Meanwhile my sandpaper vine has been flowering non-stop. The cool weather earlier triggered the blooms but the flowering didn't stop even when it has gotten really hot in recent weeks.


The pot of alternanthera that I have for years has also been growing really fast. Even though I had just cut the stems last week, it has regrown so much already.


The stevia herb grows and flowers fast and more so this time around. Hence, I have rooted some cuttings of the herb to ensure there is stevia in my garden all the time. I have also received a potted oregano cuttings from a friend and they seems to be getting on fine :)


I really like the white trailing that I have more and more these days. The plant seems to flower more frequently than previously, yay :D


Happy gardening!

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7 comments

  1. Beautiful Garden blooms, I loved the growth of alternathea leaves . It would be my pleasure if you join my link up party related to gardening here http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2021/03/garden-affair-spring-flower-snapdragon.html

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  2. Thank you for the invite, ok joining now!

    Hope to see your alternanthera there too ;)

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  4. Love your flowers - I'm not faniliar with many of them. I use stevia in my home and love that you can grow it. Cuttings are so economical and guarantee more plants.

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    1. Oh yes, thank you! I love using cuttings to propagate more plants. I do that whenever I prune my plants :)

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  5. I also notice rain makes the plant grow faster and better. Wonder what is there in rain water that can spur plant growth.

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    1. Yes I notice that too and especially when the rain is followed by a good shower of sunshine.

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