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Pomegranate

Pomegranate

10 Jul, '090 Comments

Pomegranate, originally uploaded by malyousif. Not many trees are bearing fruit at the moment, well, except for this pomegranate and of course the date palms which are almost ready to be harvested. Have a wonderful Friday my friends, I hope it’s a peaceful and fulfilling one.

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Chilli Peppers

Chilli Peppers

3 Jul, '090 Comments

Chilli Peppers, originally uploaded by malyousif. I completely ignored these shrubs (and garden) for the last few months as I have been really busy, add to that the fact that we are repainting the house so it’s surrounded with scaffolding an up to 10 painters stomping all over the garden and you get the idea. […]

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The Bird of Paradise has finally flowered!

The Bird of Paradise has finally flowered!

17 Jun, '090 Comments

The Bird of Paradise has finally flowered!, originally uploaded by malyousif. The last time this guy flowered was when I was incapacitated, bed-bound and suffering from a back injury. I remember my daughter Hanan went out and took a picture of it showing me it’s first flowering in our garden ever. Well, it’s flowering again, […]

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Euphorbia Milli Hybrid – yet another kind!

Euphorbia Milli Hybrid – yet another kind!

5 Jun, '090 Comments

Euphorbia Milli Hybrid – yet another kind!, originally uploaded by malyousif. I must confess that I have a very soft spot for Euphorbia Millis, with this that I picked up from Jawad’s – of all places – it brings the total types that I have of this fabulous plant to 4. Look through my Flickr […]

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Friday > Passion fruit

Friday > Passion fruit

22 May, '090 Comments

Passion fruit, originally uploaded by malyousif. This passiflora really enjoys its new position, it’s mother plant died unfortunately, but from a little sapling, this thing is covering most of the wall. It’s the first time that it actually produces this much fruit. Not sure if I’ll eat them (some passion fruit are poisonous – I […]

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