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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Blooming Flowers

For those who are curious what keeps me busy aside from blogging and working, here it is. I have a flower garden in our backyard and I am so excited because they are in bloom.These are actually planted by my FIL and his wife two years ago or so. It always survived for winter and when spring time comes, it always parading flowers.
This is a lily and it smells really good.I remember back in the Philippines, this plant just grow on the river banks. My mother used to plant Roses and I asked her lately if the tall Rose plant is still alive. Nope! It died because it grows as tall as 15 ft and Roses kept blooming. We don't buy flowers for the altar anymore.
Some of our neighbors would asked one or two and we gave them also.
This is Azalea Shrub and this usually bloom in springtime. The beautiful flowers won't last long though. Did you know that Azalea is also the flower of the astrology symbol Sagittarius? Now we know.Anyway, as long as it is a Rose, no matter what color, I love it.
Here is another Rose but, color pink and when it bloom fully it is so huge.
I will landscape the space of Rose area near the entrance this week and I am excited to do my task already.
See you next time for my gardening update.

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