Sep 2, 2010

Flowers @ Home

I am quite excited to see these lovely Bitter Gourd Blossoms (guessing!) in my balcony garden. I had a neat growth of saplings last year and had harvested chillies, capsicum, tomatoes and okra/ladies finger. This year, however, the garden is rather sparse. I planted has a few chillies and this lone creeper. The best part about this Bela being - it sprung out of my compost bin and was later transplanted into the milkcan I re-purposed as Planters. I am yet to find out what this is going to yield :-).

I am looking forward to a few home grown vegetables  :-)

I did this post for another reason. For saying a Big Thank you to Rekha of The Key Bunch. She invited me to join their "Say it with Flowers carinval"  ...I am sending in this post to their super party!! Sharon and Rekha are celebrating two years of their blogging by asking readers and co bloggers to Say it with flowers. 

You could participate too...All you need - Do a post on your blog with a picture of flowers from your abode. It could be an arrangement, a potted plant, your garden, stringed flowers or anything you can imagine... Do join in and wish them for being such great bloggers and dishing out yummy eye candy for the last two years.

Wishing them great blogging years ahead.


  1. Lovely! I love karela, and I'm sure you're going to enjoy your veggies this year!

  2. Well, you really have a nice flower in your house. Wish I can also have it too.

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  3. hey... my first time here... you have got a lovely blog :-)

    And this is a pumkin plant... not so much a bitter gourd .. so take good care and u may end up having some huge pumpkins soon...

  4. Hey Sowmya
    thank u for the visit...i am glad u stopped by...Thank you for the heads up ...yes, my mom confirmed it too (that it is a pumpkin) was a compost bin sapling..bechara :)


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