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Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant. ~Robert Louis Stevenson

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Sunday, 11 September 2016

Lilies Mesmerising

So, here's an update after a really-really long time. It's been quite a long time, since I've posted here. Though, in nature nothing stops, it all goes on and on and on, whether I am able to post it all here or not. It's the same happening here as well, in my garden. The work has now taken a toll on me and I don't really get the time to be able to post here, even through the weekends, let alone clicking the pictures, or even spending some quality time with my plants.

A couple of weeks back, I was told by my mother that there's something "wild" growing up on the terrace. I ran into check and found something I had not really expected. It was a bunch of blooms, one of the Nerine lily plants had bloomed. It was really unexpected, more importantly when the plants had lost all the leaves.


What I found were some beautiful flowers, both partially and completely bloomed. What I found then is now here, as I wanted to share the sight with you all. I really hope you’d like them.

Metro Greens: Nerine Lily blooms
Nerine Lily blooms

Metro Greens: Nerine Lily blooms
Nerine Lily blooms

Metro Greens: Nerine Lily blooms
Nerine Lily blooms

Metro Greens: Nerine Lily blooms
Nerine Lily blooms

Metro Greens: Nerine Lily blooms
Nerine Lily blooms

The updates from the garden will still be coming. Hopefully, I will be able to put them up here, in the coming weeks, regularly. Just to keep you interested, I’ve got a small pomegranate in the plant I’ve grown up from the seeds, which was sown only last year. Maybe, I’ll be able to share this in the next post, who knows?

2 comments:

  1. Lovely nerine!
    Blogging takes such a lot of time, and although enjoyable, it needs chunks of times, which can be so difficult when life is very busy. I have just been keeping mine ticking over, this year, and have really neglected it. Keep going though - I really enjoy your posts :-)

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  2. Hi,
    Please share the sowing, sprouting and blooming months for nerine.

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