Spring-2014-Updates

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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by UMARKHANMARDAN » March 2nd, 2014, 10:57 pm

Pansy Roseylne is so cute. Sweet little happy faces always my favorites.

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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by Hamad » March 3rd, 2014, 2:30 am

the first shot in the last page is absolutely fantastic, stunning and beautiful, beautifully taken Rafique sb

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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by Asim_Nawaz » March 3rd, 2014, 9:16 am

Dear Rafique Sb
Beautiful Aster's and Dianthus
Farhan Sb can introduce their camera, it means you too introduce your Camera :lol:

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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by rafique » March 3rd, 2014, 10:08 am

Thank you everyone for appreciation. Remarks on photography are reminding me the last year photography competition, learnt alot about gardening as well as photography of nature's beauty through this forum.

@Javaid sb and @Asim sb, the camera is nikon coolpix s6500.
Farhan Ahmed wrote:For a moment i thought it was Dimor :P
I intentionally did not write the name and assume you will do this, but Hammad K is looking at his best in identification in jet's speed. :P
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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by Hamad Ahmed Kisana » March 3rd, 2014, 11:43 am

rafique wrote:I intentionally did not write the name and assume you will do this, but Hammad K is looking at his best in identification in jet's speed.
:D really flattered.....flying in air... :lol: rafique bhai zara hath hola rakhen.... :P

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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by rafique » March 3rd, 2014, 12:10 pm

Hamad Ahmed Kisana wrote:
rafique wrote:I intentionally did not write the name and assume you will do this, but Hammad K is looking at his best in identification in jet's speed.
:D really flattered.....flying in air... :lol: rafique bhai zara hath hola rakhen.... :P
:D
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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by rafique » March 9th, 2014, 8:56 pm

I did most of the seeds sowing in last week of Oct and First week of Nov but its looking late to see the outstanding blooms of the fellow members of the forum.
Again something is better than nothing, following are the week's updates

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Osteospermums

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Arctotis

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Layia Elegance

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Mamlus

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Nicotiana

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Roses
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Dianthus
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Gypsophila elegans
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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by Farhan Ahmed » March 9th, 2014, 9:01 pm

All beauties, especially the Dianthus is a big big wow. are these Rununculus from seed? Nice colors
Mimulus is also very unique. whats the name of the cultivar?
Isn't osteospermum F-1 a lovely plant? especially the crisp colors.
Smell layia..its fragrant.

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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by Hamad Ahmed Kisana » March 9th, 2014, 9:07 pm

fantastic,superb,outstanding...every bloom is gorgeous....and photography is at its extreme.. :D :D :D thanks for beautiful display.. :mrgreen:

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Re: Spring-2014-Updates

Post by rafique » March 9th, 2014, 9:40 pm

@Farhan bhai and @Hammad thanks for appreciating.
Farhan Ahmed wrote:All beauties, especially the Dianthus is a big big wow. are these Rununculus from seed? Nice colors
Mimulus is also very unique. whats the name of the cultivar?
Isn't osteospermum F-1 a lovely plant? especially the crisp colors.
Smell layia..its fragrant.
1. Ranunclus are from seed, self sown first time. Seed were from chanan din.
2. Mimulus --- Magic blotch F-1 mixed.
3. I am not sure about the osteospermum, because seed packet was written only mixed colors (pride seeds). I thinks they are simple dimor mixed colors?
4. Fragrance of layia is amazing, you mentioned earlier in your post too and i am smelled then.
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