A rather cryptic title – I’d like to show you all the flowers that bloomed in November, all the seedlings that sprouted and the trip to New Delhi at the end of November (hopefully after publishing this blog).
Here are the flowers that bloomed:
The splenderous white Dahlia
The majestic rose
Dahlia Imperialis – blooming 2 meters above the ground
Another abutilon – small red and yellow lanterns
Chrysanthemums in profusion
Chrysanthemum of a different color in bloom
Kochia Scoparia – a bushy plant that changes color in autumn and resembles a broom in winter (called houkiso in Japanese)
Let us look at the winter vegetables now.
My first square foot bed with four rows of eight plants
My second square foot bed with 48 onion seedlings
Third square foot bed with coriander, spinach and green peas
Fourth square foot bed – cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli
That’s all I have for you in this post, folks, as I leave for New Delhi on official work! Until next time, happy gardening!