Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Some Colours from the flat


The white flower of the Impatiens.From the ones I have grown from seed before the rarest colour is White.Most of mine seem to be red, and pink.
The Bougainvillea in all its pink bract glory. It is lovely, but how long it will last in the flat is not certain.The first one dropped all its flower buds, then all its leaves.It is a stick with a few growing tips along the wood. :(
It might be a greenhouse plant I think.I did a post before about it.I liked the photo i saw where it grew down an American freeway in California. A wall of green and red, growing wild.

3 comments:

Libbys Blog said...

I happened upon your blog quite by accident. You have some beautiful plants and super pics.

snappy said...

Thanks Libby,There is loads more of my blog from 2005 when i was baby faced and new to blogging.
Fast forward to July 2007 and its been over two years posting.I have grown in many ways as well as my plants.The blog now is well liked and attracts comments, and visits from all over the world.This fills me with pleasure,So I keep on writing and posting photos.

Dirty Fingernails said...

oh man! My Bouggie died this year.. I set it out and then we had a late freeze.. It was a rust color.. I am jealous you have one.. I can grow them here in the South, but have to overwinter.