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Saturday, August 6, 2016

Creative Spot by Indra Anandasabapathy



8 comments:

  1. Very nice Indra. How about a little description for a botanical ignoramus like myself!

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  2. Same goes for me too, Indra, names please and some special characters. But even though I know nothing, I truly enjoy looking at the beautiful photos of them and can imagine how much you value them. From, Zita

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    1. Will do, we are there to learn from one another.

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  3. Lovely hydrangeas in the bottom image and great photography. Are they from your garden? I don't have a garden anymore to manage but the communal garden is a pretty sight from my window beautifully cared for by a gardener.

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    1. Yes, they are from our garden.
      ia

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  4. And the white ones at the top? My knowledge of flowers is restricted to describing them very colourfully by their colour, e.g., "that is a red flower', or that is a "purple flower"!

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    1. The white is an OAK LEAF hydrangea. Notice the oak like LARGE leaves. These change color into typical autumn colors.
      IA

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  5. Indra, nice see your creations once again. My Hydrangeas are still not in full bloom.... as yet. Shall post them when they're ready.... if at all,.... in view of the weather. My collection consists of Blue, Pink, Red, White, Green and the "Standards"--- Blue, White & Pink. Of course the various colours depend on the type of fertilisers used.
    Also there are a host of Lillies , awaiting it to bloom to be 'Posted' on this Forum.

    For 'Bolg's Sake ---- keep well!!.

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