Friday, December 15, 2017

Blooming on a Windowsill


It's mid-December, my garden is quiet, the plants are covered with snow. I like snowy weather in winter. Some of my garden plants had been transported to the city in September. Now they're growing on a  windowsill until next spring. A few of them are even blooming.

the patio rose rooted cutting

cineraria

saintpaulia

the Fairy rose rooted cutting



pelargonium

It's so nice to see the flowering plants in a grey rainy day. There are patio roses, cineraria maritima, saintpaulia, schlumbergera, pelargonium Royal.


Christmas cactus




Happy Garden Blog Blooming Day!

42 comments:

  1. Nadezda, you have very beautiful blooms inside the house! I am sure they brighten the grey days of winter. I've always been curious about cold northern winters since I live in the subtropics where even winter is sunny and warm. Have a great friday!

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    1. Thank you MDN! The growing and healthy plants on windowsills rejoice during long snowy winter.

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  2. Надежда,как много цветущей красоты!
    Заинтересовала"фея розовая корневая резка".Это как?

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    1. Это плохой перевод Гугла, Надежда. На самом деле the Fairy rose rooted cutting переводится как укорененный черенок розы сорта Fairy. Это прекрасный сорт для нашего климата, не замерзает, быстро отрастает весной.

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  3. Happy Garden Blog Blooming Day to you Nadezda. You've many beautiful blooms on your windowsill to brighten this darkest time of year.

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    1. You're so right Peter. This time in December is dark and grey, the blooms gladden me.
      Happy GBBD to you too!

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  4. Están preciosas Nadezda. Que tengas un día muy feliz.

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  5. You truly have an indoor garden - beautiful. There is nothing like having flowers blooming indoors while there is snow outside. :-)

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    1. You're completely right Judy. The snow lies outside and roses are on a windowsill.

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  6. What a brillant idea to grow your rose cuttings indoors! This brightens up your (snowy) day. How we can long to some summer flowers Nedezda. Groetjes Hetty

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    1. Hetty, this thought came to me looking at the rose cuttings growing in my greenhouse in autumn. There is enough cold and sometimes frosty and these cuttings could be dead in spring.

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  7. Your plants growing so beautifully. You have very pretty windowsill right now. :) Have a nice days full of joy. Greetings. :)

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    1. Have a nice day you too Agnieszka, thank you!

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  8. Hello dear Nadezda!
    Wow!What a treat for the eyes your flowers are!
    Such beautiful blooms!Like the Christmas cactus!So preety!
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Dimi...

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    1. The Christmas cactus is really very beautiful, I agree Dimi. It blooms the second time, love this color.

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  9. I love those flowers! Have a nice weekend

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  10. Oh, such beautiful flowers, dear Nadezda !! It's nice that you can enjoy the beauty of your still blooming flowers!
    Happy weekend !!

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  11. Beautiful flowers, Nadezda! Which can be enjoyed in winter.
    I wish you a happy weekend!

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  12. I,love your pretty collages of beautiful flowers. The roses are a gorgeous site on this cold, snowy day. Happy Bloom Day!

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  13. Nadezda,
    wonderful flowers bloom on your windowsill.
    In December, the gray day rejoice your eyes.
    Happy Sunday, Nadezda.
    Lucja

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  14. Molto apprezzate queste fioriture ora che fuori c'è la neve :)

    Un saluto e buona domenica :)

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  15. Such a pretty rose. Does it have some perfume? I love the Christmas Cactus - such a vibrant colour.
    Nice snowy frames for your photos.
    Enjoy these busy days before Christmas.

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    1. Yes, it does Betty. I love it. The Christmas cactus blooms the second time, I don't turn it around.
      Thank you!

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  16. How nice to have those beautiful blooms inside while everything is frozen outside.

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  17. You are such a skilful gardener! What a gift to have, you can always have beauty around you even in the middle of winter. (I sometimes wonder if you trained in horticulture? In my mind I think you must have done.) Thank you for your beautiful posts - they are always a pleasure.

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    1. DearJenny,I'm a "self made gardener' that learns everywhere and always :-)
      Glad you liked my garden on a windowsill.

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  18. Beautiful - looks like a Summer!
    Happy Christmas season!

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  19. ♥ Such a lovely post, Nadezda. ♥ You will not celebrate Christmas yet, but, just in case, I wish you and yours a very merry Christmas and a good start for the 2018! ♥

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    1. Thank you Sara, you're right our Christmas is January 7th, wish you merry Christmas too!

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  20. Hola gracias por pasar por ya tu blog.
    Te deseo feliz Navidad y prospero año nuevo.
    Besos.

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