Category Archives: Plant
Colacasia Plant (Kesu in Kannada)
One of the gifts from nature, a healthy recipe for health..
Is it necessary to mate same species to get healthier leaves ;)
Flower waiting to be ladies finger…
Okra Plant (Lady’s finger)
Skateboarding on my skin…!!! Ha Ha Ha… ;) Do you have talent…???
A bamboo stalk layer from Baboo tree
Trying to reach the sea..
Can I compete with other flowers?
I was suppose to be a butterfly but by mistake I am a plant with leaves, similar to butterfly wings…
Resting until next wave comes by….
When you grow use all the available opportunities to reach the sky…
I have lot of medicinal values but never forget that I am sacred too…
Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum)
I don’t like dark shades, so I asked GOD to paint me pale blue :)
Hydrangea macrophylla Flower
Hydrangea macrophylla blossoms can be either pink, blue, or purple shades, depending on a pH-dependent mobilization and uptake of soil aluminium into the plants.
I don’t find any flower.. Where did all flowers go?
Ufff… Morning shower keeps me freshhhh!!!!
Water droplets on Red Croton
Nature’s green bed.. Open for all
No matter which color we turn into…. We’re always outstanding!!!
Yellow Maple leaves
Don’t fall for my orange flowers, they are plastic :)
Water has no partiality between a Flower & a Thorn. Just like mother who loves all her Children
Dare to touch!!!
Daylight stars. Sun playing hide & seek behind the tree…
All beautiful things are not worth keeping. Even though I’m beautiful… I’m removed in the name of Weed!!!
Grass grown on a Compound Wall
I can also make myself look beautiful but for that I don’t need Spikes on my head..
Coconut Tree @my native place (South Canara, Karnataka)
Underwater Evolution of Seaweed…
We’re standing here as an evidence for human history….. the never ending mystery!!
If u touch my body… I will loose my beauty!!
Do you have spikes on your body..?
Rice plant :- Paddy field is used for growing rice & semi aquatic crops
Pink Fountain Grass
Tulsi is cultivated for religious and medicinal purposes, and for its essential oil. It is widely known across South Asia as a medicinal plant and an herbal tea, commonly used in Ayurveda, and has an important role within the Vaishnavite tradition of Hinduism, in which devotees perform worship involving tulsi plants or leaves.