A Bounty Of Blooms

While I was out today, I happened to go by Super99. They always have a flower vender in the median area. Today I stopped and looked at some of the flowers. They happened to be some of the prettiest I had seen in a while. The price on the ones I am going to show you range from $3.50 to $4.00. All were supposed to have come from Bogaba.

This is a close-up of the previous flower.

This is a close-up of the previous flower.

This is a close-up of the previous flower.

This is a close-up of the previous flower.

This is a close-up of the previous flower.

This is a close-up of the previous flower.

I think if I had had a place to put them, I might have bought one of each.

5 thoughts on “A Bounty Of Blooms

  1. The potted plants are cyclamen, by the way. After blooming, you can store the corms (bulbs) and let them rest in the dark, then start all over again.

    Hal

    P.S. Not the Mums, of course

  2. I am probably wrong about the flowers…I think they are tuberous begonias, it’s been so long since I have been raising plants. Cancel my comment, OK?

  3. Dear Blooming Idiot – oops Hi, Don Ray…

    The plants you’ve shown are gloxinias. They really are a spectacular plant when flowering and the leaves have a wonderful velvety texture. Harold was right – they do have tubers, but can also be propagated by cuttings and seed.

    The DSD strikes again!
    Linda

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