Just when we thought monsoon season is over and October heat will roll in, surprise, surprise! We are still having daily showers here in Pune, India. Diwali is almost here and rains are showing no sign of stopping. generally in month of Oct, right around Diwali time we experience cool early mornings, layering of fog … Continue reading October heat? Nah! October showers!
A scrum master is like a gardener, not building a team, but allowing the team to grow by providing the right conditions, environment and tools (like a gardener knows how much sunlight, water is needed; when and where to plant, etc) A gardener doesn't mind getting hands dirty in the soil for planting seeds or … Continue reading Agility at work and in garden!
It is amazing to see how garden becomes greener, healthier and happier with the rains! Here in Pune, India we had good showers in the month of July. The plants started growing fast, the lawn is lush green and the flowering is at its peak! here is whats in bloom... Alamanda started showing new leaves … Continue reading Blooms of Monsoon 2017
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There is something magical about rainwater. June showers has made our garden greener and happier! Enjoy the shades of green!
Parijatak aka Prajakta are names in Marathi. English names are Night-flowering Jasmine, Coral jasmine, Night jasmine. Monsoon is upon us here in Pune, India. but guess what, we have another special daily showering in our garden which does not need an umbrella! I've a Parijatak tree in my backyard and it has been showering flowers … Continue reading Story of Parijatak/Night Jasmine!
This flower has many names - May flower or Football Lilly or Blood Lilly or Pin Cushion Lilly or Powder Puff Lilly! Native of Africa, this is a no-maintenance plant which is commonly seen in India and blooms in India in hot month of May generally after pre-monsoon showers. This bulbed plant blooms only once … Continue reading April showers bring May flowers!