Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Some potted greens...and yellow

Some plants from my potted front porch @ garden!


Philodendron Selloum


The huge leaves


Dumb Cane, also know as Dieffenbachia, not sure which variety, anyone know the exact name?


Croton Gold Dust


Happy Gardening !

13 comments:

  1. Who say colour is the sole right of flowers..., leaves cant be equally extravagant, flamboyant and fanciful with colours... Excellent collections!

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  2. I also have those first 2 plants, but not as healthy as yours Joy. I love their interesting patterns, colours and shape of the foliage.

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  3. Philodendron looks like papaya tree!
    Your plants looks so lush and green!

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  4. They look very lush and healthy. Exotic looking plants.

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  5. Hi Bangchik,
    You are absolutely right! Some leaves are even more beautiful than flowers!

    Hi p3chandan,
    Foliages are really interesting, would love to have more, but do not have enough of space!

    Hi Autumn Belle,
    I totally agree with you, green is beautiful. I couldn't imagine the world without any greens!

    Hi Malar,
    I never thought of that!

    Hi Diana,
    Thank you!

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  6. I love foliage! I have a thing for different shades of green. I have gold dust too in a planter but it got snowed on and it's not looking too well. By the way your flowers are looking beautiful!

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  7. Lo más curioso que tengo ésta planta ,pero no sabía como llamarla,me la regaló una amiga argentina; preciosa la albahaca me encanta su aroma ,tengo que celebrarte el tomate cherry es una maravilla,un abrazos.

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  8. You have a lovely potted garden!

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  9. Very Interesting blog. I am now a follower. I thought you might want to check out Paradox Principles
    All the best, Bob West
    http://westbob.blogspot.com/2011/03/reversing-your-thinking.html

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  10. They are easy to take care but they are as charming as other flower plants.

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  11. Nice foliage collection you have! Enjoy the calming effect from these greens and have a great weekend.

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