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Ixora Long Singapuri Ixora...

Ixora may be the most common flowering shrub seen in the tropical gardens and hold around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Most of the species and varieties flower very freely in summer and rains. They can grow on any soil but respond to treatment with manure when the plant is bursting into bloom. Pruning after flowering is beneficial.

Ixora Long Singapuri Ixora...

Ixora may be the most common flowering shrub seen in the tropical gardens and hold around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Most of the species and varieties flower very freely in summer and rains. They can grow on any soil but respond to treatment with manure when the plant is bursting into bloom. Pruning after flowering is beneficial.

Ixora Dwarf (Peach) Plant

Ixora may be the most common flowering shrub seen in the tropical gardens and hold around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Most of the species and varieties flower very freely in summer and rains. They can grow on any soil but respond to treatment with manure when the plant is bursting into bloom. Pruning after flowering is beneficial.

Ixora Mini Dwarf (Pink) Plant

Ixora may be the most common flowering shrub seen in the tropical gardens and hold around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Most of the species and varieties flower very freely in summer and rains. They can grow on any soil but respond to treatment with manure when the plant is bursting into bloom. Pruning after flowering is beneficial.

Ixora Mini Dwarf (White) Plant

Ixora may be the most common flowering shrub seen in the tropical gardens and hold around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Most of the species and varieties flower very freely in summer and rains. They can grow on any soil but respond to treatment with manure when the plant is bursting into bloom. Pruning after flowering is beneficial.

Ixora Dwarf (Yellow) Plant

Ixora may be the most common flowering shrub seen in the tropical gardens and hold around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Most of the species and varieties flower very freely in summer and rains. They can grow on any soil but respond to treatment with manure when the plant is bursting into bloom. Pruning after flowering is beneficial.

Ixora Dwarf (Red)Plant

Ixora may be the most common flowering shrub seen in the tropical gardens and hold around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Most of the species and varieties flower very freely in summer and rains. They can grow on any soil but respond to treatment with manure when the plant is bursting into bloom. Pruning after flowering is beneficial.

Pentas (Pink) Plant

Pentas are warm region tropical blooming plants, so called because of the five-pointed petals on the flowers. The plants come in a profusion of colors, so learn how to care for Pentas and enjoy their rich jewel tones. When you know how to grow Pentas, you have a foolproof way of attracting hummingbirds and butterflies, too. Pentas Flowers Info Pentas (Pentas lanceolata) are also called Egyptian stars for the bloom’s five-pointed shape

Pentas (Red) Plant

Pentas are warm region tropical blooming plants, so called because of the five-pointed petals on the flowers. The plants come in a profusion of colors, so learn how to care for Pentas and enjoy their rich jewel tones. When you know how to grow Pentas, you have a foolproof way of attracting hummingbirds and butterflies, too. Pentas Flowers Info Pentas (Pentas lanceolata) are also called Egyptian stars for the bloom’s five-pointed shape

Pentas (White) Plant

Pentas are warm region tropical blooming plants, so called because of the five-pointed petals on the flowers. The plants come in a profusion of colors, so learn how to care for Pentas and enjoy their rich jewel tones. When you know how to grow Pentas, you have a foolproof way of attracting hummingbirds and butterflies, too. Pentas Flowers Info Pentas (Pentas lanceolata) are also called Egyptian stars for the bloom’s five-pointed shape

Pentas (Lavender) Plant

Pentas are warm region tropical blooming plants, so called because of the five-pointed petals on the flowers. The plants come in a profusion of colors, so learn how to care for Pentas and enjoy their rich jewel tones. When you know how to grow Pentas, you have a foolproof way of attracting hummingbirds and butterflies, too. Pentas Flowers Info Pentas (Pentas lanceolata) are also called Egyptian stars for the bloom’s five-pointed shape

Rose (Orange) Plant

Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

Rose (peach) Plant

Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

Rose (Pink Yellow) Plant

Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

Rose (Pink Red) Plant

Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

Rose (White) Plant

Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

Rose (Red) Plant

Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

Rose ( Yellow) Plant

Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

Rose (Maroon) Plant

Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

Begonia (Red) Plant

Begonia (Begonia spp.) are available in many different varieties, including Rex, wax, tuberous and cane-stemmed types. These plants fall into the tropical and subtropical category of perennials, growing well in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 11. Many varieties with ornamental leaves and blossoms grow well outside in USDA zones 10 and 11, while hardy begonias survive winters in USDA zones 6 through 9 with proper care.

Bougainvillea Dwarf (Pink)...

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

Bougainvillea Variegated...

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

Bougainvillea (Yellow) Plant

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

bougainvillea (White) Plant

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

bougainvillea (Rani) Plant

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

bougainvillea (pink) Plant

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

bougainvillea (Orange) Plant

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

bougainvillea (Red) Plant

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

Thunbergia Grandiflora Plant

Thunbergia Grandiflora We're back with our morning walking exercise. While I focus on the walking and stretching part of this early morning ritual, DH is more content in looking for nice-looking flowers and plants. And I'm not just referring to beautifully landscaped front yards and gardens. No. But also to plants growing in sidewalks, empty lots, or even drainage canals that strikes her curiosity. 

In one of our morning walks in a nearby subdivision, DH and I chanced upon a vigorous healthy vine with beautiful flowers. The vine we saw covered much of the house owner's front fence as shown below.

 

 

Bougainvillea Chitra Plant

Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.