As a child, the paddy field was my playground.
The Ixora flowers and the plant was an inextricable part of childhood memories. Never have I seen anyone caring for the plant though. Never did the plant complain even once for lack of water or food. Immune to all kinds of weather and pest-attack, Ixora remains the winner.
THE sunflower blushed to own the nameless flower as her kin.
The sun rose and smiled on it, saying, “Are you well, my darling?”
The ferry on the Thames was approaching the Greenwich Pier. While hurrying to catch the boat, a bunch of daffodils were seen on the music hall window near the Royal Naval College .
Daffodils sure can do magic.
A potted plant found by chance in a shopping mall brought so much positive change to the house.
Harsh sun almost blinded. Neutral coloured buildings added to the dullness.
But it all changed when the tulip came.
The fragile plant was sure to lose its fight sooner if left there. So time was borrowed for just long enough to have taken this shot and few more…
Some specimen from 8.5000° N, 76.9000° E
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India