This blog purpose is to share my success and failures in gardening in a tropic. I have no particular liking to any plant/ flower but once it caught my attention there is no other way for me but to have it. Since I’ve all the local plant that i fancy, now i cast my eyes far away, temperate flower/plant. Hence the existence of My Experimental Garden Blog. Hope you enjoy my blog.
Tuesday, 18 August 2015
Gladiolus in new house
It is hard to look after sick family member, a small
daughter, holding 8-5 job, being sick frequently and doing a landscape in my
new house. I neglected the blog since it is the easiest, i simply do not have
enough time and energy or willpower to keep blogging. So far the only things
that i achieve are growing gladiolus, fruit trees and Japanese moss because
they are easiest to grow even when neglected
Gladiolus bulbs were sourced from Netherland, courtesy of my
good friend Peter. This year he send me many mixed bulbs and a few packet of
bulbs in spectrum of colour: Indian summer is red hue flowers; sunshine partner
is blue (range from light to dark blue etc) and many other combination.
I buried the bulbs in early June, 2 months later i am
blessed by their beautiful flowers.