who brave the heat to enjoy the flower,
Zinnia holds the place of pride in my summer garden.
Lotus is the National Flower of India,
Summer is the warmest of the four
temperate season, between spring and autumn. It is marked by the longest
days and shortest nights.
As bright and intense as a hot Indian summer afternoon, deep red,
orange and burgundy bouquet make an appropriate gift.
Due to heat the flower production speeds up.
Country of endurance India, It's people have to endure life threatening air
pollution amidst traffic, crime, corruption overflowing drains, power cuts,
road rage an apathetic police force, women's insecurity, and disgusting
weather - its too hot in summer, too cold in winter and too rainy in
between. I have never had fun watching street vendors who switch jobs by
selling cold drinks in summer to selling flowers in spring at every
Summer is back with a bang. Hot temperature, sweltering heat, endless
bottles of drinking water,
dry chapped skin,
sunscreen, and more. In spite of all this
look at the flower colors that have been bursting all around. Bright and
bold, sunny and striking, dear and deep. There is color everywhere. Here are
some photos of the flowers from the green house, while the temperature
continues to soar.
to tropical climate, these flowers give a lot
more meaning than you can imagine, dainty
looking country rose gerberas carnations Smaller and less fragrant than the
other varieties, these lovely flowers are the products of some remarkable
healthy bushes. Nothing seems to bother them. Come rain, heat, or drought,
these bushes are pushing their boundaries like no tomorrow. Got them plenty,
blooming in bouquets, climbing the trellis, and making their presence felt
amongst the brighter ones. What a lovely offering are these to the birds and
the butterflies and bees, Gift of nature.
blooms used in Zen concepts and Spas, Firangipani flowers now bloom all over
the world wherever they can. What a welcome fragrance in the stillness
of the night, you get the most heady fragrance ever known and you cannot
ignore. Also known as Shivu ke Phool, Champa (??) in India, these
flowers are used for worship. Just the thought of beautiful flowers and warm
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