Welcome to my space - My Terrace - where all magic things happen. At-least for me! I hope you'll love the pictures.
Prads Terrace - 20120122
Bonsai - Big Banyan
DFT Hydroponics (just setup)
Spathoglottis Plicata - ground orchid. I got this from Lalbagh recently during the flower show
Need help to ID this plant - I have four of these if you are interested
Pandan Leaf - Add this while cooking rice and the whole room will be filled with the aroma of basmati rice
Need help to ID this. I have several of these, If interested contact me
Terrace Garden - 20120213
My Hydroponic DFT System - Contact http://geekgardener.in/contact-me/ if you want one.
This orchid bloomed after 4 years and now has just one leaf. Hope it lives.
Its Orchid Time!
The very first strawberry that I have every grown...
Basella Alba growing in DFT and the beautiful hydrangea behind it
Magical Roses (need help to ID this) - My Father-In-Law gave me this 2 years ago. Has never stopped flowering even for a single day.
Terrace Garden – 20120226
The most beautiful hibiscus flower I have ever seen...
Another one but not as beautiful as the first one...
Double Impatiens & Ivy Geraniums
Catharanthus roseus aka Madagascar Periwinkle aka Vinca Rosea
Flowers all throughout the year.
Good old mint that I bought from GG. Grows like crazy!
First strawberry in my garden.
A close up...
such a nice collection you have. Your orchids look good. Nice flower spikes.
Phalenopsys with deep pink large flowers and only one leaf left, may need some care. But I don't see any need for panic. Try re-potting after the flower spike is done. While re-potting, see if roots are rotting and dropping of. Avoid over watering. See google search results for Youtube. Some excellent videos on orchid care, watering, repotting etc.
Its a lovely garden and great to see such healthy plants. Am just identifying some of your plants:
- the plant with magenta coloured leaves is 'coleus'
- the plants with big thorns is 'euphorbia mill'
- your magical roses seem to be a variety of 'impatiens' itself, cause of the leaves and the little stalk under the flowers/buds.
If I could ask your help on something- can you tell me what supplements do you give to your impatiens cause mine are shrivelling up.
@Camaroon - Thanks 🙂
@anandarajkumar - Thanks - I'll send you a PM
@ Spurthi - Thanks so much for naming them, Sadly I got rid of the Coleus. It kinda grew like a weed.
I'm not a great fan of the Euphorbia Mill except for the ones with small flowers so I moved the four of them to the ground floor for anyone to pickup.
And yes I researched and found out that those were double impatiens. Sadly I got rid of them all as they were attacked by spider mites. My father in law has several plants so I'll pick up new ones from him.
Quite honestly I don't understand nutrients really well. I'm blindly using the ones that I bought from GG. PM him and you could buy some of the nutrients from him. Hope this helps.
I've seen mine shrivel up due to - too much sun and they hate insecticidal soap sprays
Very impressive setup I must say. My wife and I just went gaga over the orchids. Its amazing. Are you from Delhi/ NCR or Bangalore or elsewhere?
Would you mind PMing me your number? I could then get a whole lot of queries of mine answered from you, of course if you could spare the time please?
This is indeed a great effort and beautiful garden..Im a new gardener from delhi but I visit bangalore as well.in my nxt visit will for sure contact u, PM ur no.
since Im very new to growing vegetables I would require some tips and valuable suggestions.I have started wid Okra in cocopeat.I water them every day and also covered container with palstic sheets.containers are kept under the sun throughout the day.saplings came however there were some wigly white insects .so i removed the sheets and distroyed the seeds as well.This is a challange Im facing right now.Hope u can guide me where Im going wrong.Plz help.
HOPE to receive tips from u.
Thanks in advance.
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