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Kachnar,Candytuft,gladiolus flowers

Today i will share some more flowers from lawrence gardens lahore. These are Kachnar,Candytuft,gladiolus flowers.
This one is a small tree, having white flowers in the spring. Not sure about the ID yet. Photo taken in lawrence gardens lahore.
bee on tree

tree flower

Candytuft with botanic name Iberis blooming in lawrence garden. Planted in masses, stunning flowers.
candytuft

Bauhinia purpurea with local name kachnar. A street tree in lahore, pakistan. Blooms not only in spring but also in fall sometimes. There are many other bauhinia species growing in lahore including some vines. Perhaps a post specific to Bauhinia is due on me.
bauhinia purpurea

The enchanting fragrance and exquisite blooms of freesia. Although these are modern freesia hybird, fragrance is still intense. Watch for my next post of growing freesia in hot climates. Blooming. happily on my terrace in clay pots. They naturalize here in lahore
freesia

Chrysanthemum tricolor with synonym Ismelia carinata and common name painted daisy. Local name desi gendi. Comes in many shades of tricolor.
chrysanthemum tricolor

Another beautiful tree from lawrence garden. Will update the ID soon.
lawrence gardens tree

This is some variant of jasmine. Not fragrant though. The masses of flowers put a brilliant show in many months of the year.
jasmine flower

Gladiolus, grown from bulbs in fall. It has potential to be a perennial in warm climate as ours. Comes in many shades. Top bouquet flower.
sword lily

This is some jasmine shrub blooming happily in model town park lahore. Not fragrant though.
jasmine closeup

For other GBBD posts, visit May dream gardens by Carol

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14 Responses

  1. guild-rez says:

    I can’t see your pictures:(

  2. Darla says:

    Somebody’s garden is wide awake and looking mighty pretty!

  3. Racquel says:

    Gorgeous photos of beautiful blooms! 🙂

  4. Bernie says:

    So many beautiful flowers … I can’t possibly choose one favourite as they are all quite stunning. Great photos!

  5. Cat says:

    Beautiful shots! I love all the rich color!

  6. Donna says:

    Jasmine that blooms many months is my kind of plant.

  7. What a lovely collection of blooms

  8. webb says:

    Your freesia are to die for!

  9. Gorgeous is the word for your GBBD submission. Love the first one the best.

  10. Caroline says:

    The freesia is my favorite! My freesia were literally nipped in the bud by a hard freeze in February, but I hope they’ll return next year. Happy GBBD!

  11. The two non-ID flowering trees look very much like some sort of pear (Pyrus communis) and apple (Malus domestica).

    Beautiful pictures, as always!

  12. Malar says:

    Beautiful blooms! I like freesia too!

  13. Such beautiful blooms.

  14. Kala says:

    Gorgeous blossoms Muhammad!

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