Weekend Blossom


Today, I’m sharing a few flower pictures taken from my garden this morning. Hope you enjoy them!

Flower pictures from our garden

  • http://akshayapaatram.blogspot.com Priya

    You have a wonderful garden Sailu.The flowers look gorgeous. I just love gardening and used to enjoy the long hrs my dad and I spent beautifying it ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope to move to a bigger apt that will atleast allow me to have a few pots !!

  • http://kitchenwonders.blogspot.com sumitha

    Beautiful flowers Sailu!Such a treat to watch them!

  • Sumitha

    Lovely flowers! Especially, the kanakaambaram and Nooru Varahaalu.

  • http://thecookingadventuresofchefpaz.blogspot.com/ Paz

    Beautiful garden! Thanks for sharing with us!

    Paz

  • manmeet kaur

    such lovely flowers! After trying ur amazing recipes and viewing ur garden i feel u r simply GREAT! and i would love to have a friend like u .

  • http://kitchenmishmash.blogspot.com/ Mishmash !

    Beautiful!! I wish I had one!

    Shn

  • swapna

    Hi sailu,

    mee thota chala bagundi. i love white chemanti. missing kanakambaralu..
    i tried ur spinach kebabs..loved it. will post the picture on my site soon…
    i have a small doubt..may i know ur full name? is ur other name Indira? actually i had a friend named sailaja from vizag ..thats why i am curious..don’t mind please..thank u…will wait for ur reply..

  • chris

    Outstanding pictures, as usual. You would shame aprofessional–on the other hand maybe photography IS your profession!

  • http://currybazaar.blogspot.com Jyothsna

    Hi Sailu,
    I simply loved your flowers! Wish I could grow as many plants all year thru’ but the weather in my part of the world doesn’t seem to suit them! ๐Ÿ™ Your pictures made my day!!:)

  • Zuz

    Hi Sailu,
    I love your website. I am going to try some of the recipes that you got here. They look delicious. I’ve just started blogging myself and you are an inspiration.
    ๐Ÿ™‚
    -zuzu

  • http://bongcookbook.blogspot.com sandeepa

    lovely flowers Sailaja, reminds me how nice and warm India must be now. It’s so cold here, cannot grow any flowers during this time. Waiting for summer

  • http://supriyakrishna.blogspot.com/ sia

    thats a wonderful treat for all of us who are under dozens of blankets watching barren tress. we have got very dull weather here.. gloomy, dark and always cludy… u have made my day girl… thanks a lot…

  • prema

    Sure is a visual treat Sailu… Those flowers are wonderful. U have a lovely garden. I loved the pink rose.. it had a beautiful colour.

  • http://cookforhealth.blogspot.com Mythreyee

    Oh lovely pictures. I love Flower Pictures. You do have a good collection.

  • http://foodblogga.blogspot.com Susan from Food “Blogga”

    Thanks so much for commenting on my site, because now I found yours! You have lovely photos and delicious recipes here.

  • http://spiceandcurry.blogspot.com Jayashree

    Dear Sailaja,
    what a beautiful treat to eyes , lovely fresh flowers made my day ..
    hugs and smiles
    Jaya

  • http://mtastes.blogspot.com/ Lera

    Beautiful flowers! would love to visit your garden some day:)

  • harekrihsnaji

    Thanks for comments on my blog. This morning I had gone to VJTI for Annual Flower show.

    Next week there is another Annual Fruits, Plants and Flower show, then I will be posting more pictures.

    You too have great flower show I must admit.

  • hema mahesh

    sailugaru,
    great garden, i am growing plants in pots. what do you do for the pests? handpicked the slugs on karivepaku chettu and threw them away, but cant do the same with some white pests which have attacked all my mandarams! ants too infest the flowers. any suggestions. one more question… should i prune mudda mandaram? i feel very bad to cut the plant.

    sailugaru, can you please tell me when and how to take kesari [saffron]…. now i am in my sixth month… is there any food that i should avoid though my gynaecologist asked me to eat anything i want..coz recently a sweet vendor asked me not to eat gummadikayi halva! already indebted to you for the great recipies. thank you so much… oh yeah i tried ragi dosa and sure it came out well. thank you again.

    Hema, I spray neem water on all the plants at regular intervals. This should help the prevention of pests and ants. Yes, you can prune the mandaram. I prune it regularly.

    Honestly, I never took saffron during my pregnancy and I really don’t know much about the intake of saffron. My doctor advised me eat whatever I relished..:)

  • Julie

    I love receiving your heavenly recipies in my inbox. Your flowers are so beautiful and you inspire me to get outside this spring and enjoy mother earth and start planting! I love south India and its wonderful people and yummy food! Thanks so much your very kind.

  • Anu

    Hi Sailaja,

    Very gud site. Since few days I have being visiting your site. Quite helpful I should say. Can you please tell us how to make rava dosa? The one I tried was not coming out well from the tawa. Awaiting your reply.

  • santhoshi

    hi sailu,nice to see this site and the wide variety of our andhra dishes..i am also frm Vizag and now i am working in Bangalore.where are u staying now?

  • http://mykookbook.blogspot.com/ Supriya

    Lovely pictures of your garden. very sweet flowers….