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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Dreams of a White Christmas


























There's no winter and snow in the tropics, so it's impossible to experience a white christmas. Still, we have a colourful one instead.









































































































































9 comments:

  1. Beautiful color for this time of year. Love to see those pretty blooms when we are so cold and everything is shades of brown and grey. Have a Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  2. Nice white rose Aaron! I like your new poinsettia also. Nice shot/angle of the morning glory. Kaempferia loves cooler and shadier spot. Have a nice holiday and merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  3. Happy holidays Aaron, may you get your dream gifts this season. You are the youngest blogfriend i have and the most beautiful years ahead. May you be fully blessed. You are a very responsible young man, keep it up. Merry Christmas. By the way, i havent seen that bird plant, i like it. And the blue Angelonia is beautiful too, i wish to have them also. Maybe next time that i go to Malaysia i will look for seeds in stores there, we dont have them here.

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  4. Colours keep coming back in our kind of weather.... lovely display of flowers. Merry Christmas to you and your family Aaron. ~ bangchik and kakdah

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  5. @Becca

    Thanks!! Merry Christmas to you and your family too.

    @Stephanie

    The roses are just recovering from annoying aphids. Thanks too and merry christmas!!

    @Andrea

    Thanks for your compliment, really I'm just an average teenager, nothing really special. The bird plant is very popular here especially during the Chinese New Years because it's an auspicious plant. Not much seeds here in my local nurseries, but bigger cities may have what you are searching for.

    @Bangchik

    Thanks and Merry Christmas to you and your family too. The rainy weather is refreshing and good for the plants (as long as it doesn't crush them...)

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  6. Your flowers are lovely, like they are ready for a celebration. Merry Christmas!

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  7. What a colorful Christmas! I think that is the advantage of not having a white christmas -- having all those colors instead. You're certainly right about that. Plus, no need to worry about the cold affecting the plants adversely. I hope you had a wonderful holiday season. Happy New Year!
    -- Bom / Plant Chaser

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  8. Sorry I missed your White Christmas! May you have a Wonderful 2011 with a manageable load of homework. :)

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