Friday, July 30, 2010

Just A Little Prettiness 10

It has been 3 weeks since the eating arrangement here at the tummies' been abandoned and I am loving the new way of planning and cooking for myself. Sorry I haven't been posting too many recipes but yes! I have been cooking and there are many recipes I can't wait to share. I will spend some time to prepare a few exciting posts over the weekend,  meanwhile lets see what is happening in my much ignored garden in the middle of winter. 
P.S This is a schedule post. All queries and comments will be answered ASAP.

The holiday cactus is in full display this time of the year. This was a rather sad plant when I first took it back 2 years ago.

I still have no idea what is the name of this plant but it brighten up the garden every winter without fail. Do you know the name of this beauty?

All the succulents are doing extremely well at the moment if only I can say the same about my herbs.


  1. Heureuse de te lire très bientôt.
    Jolies plantes.
    Bonne journée et à bientôt.

  2. Harriet from CarltonJuly 30, 2010 at 9:03 PM

    Lovely! Looking forward to your new posts!

  3. cantiknya..nampak seperti pokok cactus,betul ke?senyum-senyum selalu my dear Tummy:)

  4. hi tummy... sesekali tengok bunga pong best!!

  5. There are beautiful my dear. Looking forward to your new recipes too!

  6. Good to know you have been cooking and taking time out to enjoy the garden. :)

  7. I love flowers and gardening and those flowers are so pretty!

  8. It is nice to see you still have blooms in the winter...nothing blooms outside here in the winer.

  9. Those flowers are so beautiful. I used to tend to my garden but now with blogging, can hardly have time to spare!

  10. mmmm... your garden is doing much better than mine :)

  11. Love those!
    So beautiful shots!
    B xx

  12. Your winter is a lot more colorful than mine! Stunning!

  13. Oh gorgeous! My cactus bloomed much earlier (Sydney's probably warmer), and all the blooms are gone now. I've got some of those little white ones too, I think they're called "Snowflakes"

  14. We're lucky to get blooms all year here too. I can't help you with the unidentified plant, but it's stunning! Funny how the "Christmas Cactus" (that's what we call it) always seem to come back after looking so bad. Beautiful photos!

  15. Your first photo is of Christmas Cactus - My mum has those at home in the pink colour, red and a paler pink.
    The plant/flower in the second shot looks like Snowdrops. Here in the UK they are the first flower to emerge out of the ground in February and signify that Spring is on its way! :0)


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