Wordless Wednesday

14 comments:

Darla said...

So pretty!

Dirt Princess said...

have a good day!

Basil Becky said...

Beautiful!

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.
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Urban Green said...

really like the green combination...beautiful.

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Gunilla said...

Beautiful combination. Love it.
Have a great day

Gunilla

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. :-)

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Zindagi 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?

Thanks

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:
http://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/Pedilanthus_tithymaloides.htm

Zindagi said...

Thank you so much for the info.

happy gardening!

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