Sunday, September 21, 2008

Nasterium flowers

The only remaining plants still flowering in my garden is this Nasterium bush. There are a few roses as well but can see that the cold is getting to them.


I planted the Nasterium last year and it withered in winter. I thought they had died but they miraculously sprouted up again in summer this year.

The shiny streaks on the leaves in the picture are the slug trails.

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cc said...

Well, better than me! I'm not much of a gardener. LOL

denver said...

This flower is so beautiful.

Aiyana said...

Slug slime? And I've been using the leaves in salads! Luckily we don't have slugs. If I saw such a sight, I don't think I'd ever use them again, even washed with Clorox!

Adam Dilip Mutum said...

I had no idea that Nasterium leaves were edible.


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