Wordless Wednesday


Darla said...

So pretty!

Dirt Princess said...

have a good day!

Basil Becky said...


missbreezysbox said...

Looks like a good spot to read.

Kanak Hagjer said...

Any spot in your garden is beautiful! Great Wordless Wednesday post!

KayzKreationz said...

I always love the pictures of your garden. So pretty and serene. You know you can just get lost there, enjoying the scenery and quiet.

Urban Green said...

really like the green combination...beautiful.


Gunilla said...

Beautiful combination. Love it.
Have a great day


silk purse said...

So fresh and lovely.., I can almost smell that sweet , earthy scent of the garden!~Love your blog by the way!..,

Thanks for following my blog earlier, as well as your expressed interest in perhaps joining us on The Plumed Pen blog; for,"Tuesday Tea For Two," blogging Tea Party..,

~The date has been extended this week to include Wednesday as well, if you'd still care to participate, ( because I was later getting started with my posting today).., Do pop by anytime!

Cheers from Silken Purse

Gail said...

Happiest of Wordless Wednesdays! gail

BlossomingTree said...

Looks so calming!

I have given you the One Lovely Blog award. Pls visit my blog for details. :-)


Anonymous said...

lovely blog, i have this plant too, i don't know its name, can you help me.

One more question, i have placed it in balcony where it receives full sunlight, and its getting red spots on leaves, is that ok? or i need to shift it?


My Mother's Garden said...

Hi Zindagi~
Thanks for the visit! My plant gets a nice red variegation on the leaves when it's in the sun too. It's a really easy plant to start by cuttings.

That plant is the:
Pedilanthus tithymaloides
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Common names-Devil's backbone, Zigzag plant, Jacob's ladder
Origin: Tropical Americas

Try this link for more information:

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the info.

happy gardening!


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