Sunday, March 25, 2012

Up on The Roof

It has been hazy all day so it was very difficult to take good shots.  I took the above two just before the sun went down.

My garlic vine (mansoa alliacea) is putting on the greatest show I have ever seen. The gazebo rooftop is completely covered with blooms and the only ones to take full advantage of this view are the birds. If only I were a bird up in a nearby tree! Have a great week my friends!


Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

OH! Heavenly...I can almost smell it from here!

FlowerLady said...

How beautiful!!

Janine said...

Very beautiful your vine
J'aime beaucoup cette plante mais je n'ai pas de place pour la mettre.
Tu peux me laisser ton adresse pour que je t'envoie les graines.
Mon mail c'est
Have a good night

Andrea said...

Hello Helen, how are you. I haven't seen you for a while, haha! You've been so busy a few months and weeks ago, now back to posting? OMG, i love your gazebo with a what do you call that something to nap on under it, swing? It really is so pretty, i wish i had a wider unshaded area to build something like that, i have a few of those 'swings' bought from different places. Your garlic vine looks so healthy. Oh when do you hold a party for us again!

Celestine said...

It is indeed very romantic and lovely shed. Nice post. It feels like a fantasy.

Brendan Gertner said...

Your gazebo rooftop certainly looks like a flower paradise now. By the way, Mansoa Alliacea is from the family of Bignoniaceae, which is vastly cultivated in China as an ornamental plant - my grandma also grows this specie on our rooftop.
Brendan Gertner

Blackdove said...

do they flower continuously, as in yearround? is there a technique to keep them flowering constantly?