Had been fighting with a software bug at work since my last post and finally fixed . To celebrate that, I took my friends Canon camera and went on a photo shoot. The result is this blog post.
This is a chrysanthemum plant that I bought thinking that it was yellow colored and guess who got lucky
Zinnia and Baby zinnia….
Zinnia with spider plant….
This rose plant was in my balcony for so long with out even a trace of flower. The moment I kept the plant in the terrace, it smiles …..
Red zinnia in a closeup shot.
Coleus and few other plants rooted from cuttings..
Say cheese… The red zinnia was so beautiful that I kept taking pics of it… This one has a single row of petals…
And this one is a double Purple Zinnia..
Saffron Chrysanthemum…This one came in the same pot that had a pink colored chrysanthemum. Usually I buy an colored mum, then it turns out that I was given a yellow mum. This time I was in for a total surprise. I bought yellow and white; but when it bloomed it was orange, red and pink.
Tomato plants: These are the tomato plants that were so tiny in the previous posts. All of them have small berries now and staking is so important at this point. I used bamboo sticks from an old bamboo screen. Though the sticks were very thin I used 5-6 stakes per pot, so it sort of hangs in there.
Here is the most awaited cherry tomato.. You can see of the flower that has fallen off. I was worried that this blossom drop will continue but fortunately it stopped(may be because i moved all the plants to a much sunny spot).
Another tomato plant (Indam Naveen) with its friut clusters.
Pudina bush. I didnt know pudina can get this invasive. I could see lots of horizontal stems called ‘runners’ in the pot that gives rise to several new plants. This is another easy growing plant, a must for every kitchen garden.