Monday, February 26, 2018

Spring In Pakistan (images source google)



Hello  Sweet  Fellows!


Hope  and  pray   that  all  of  you  are  waiting  for  the  spring  desperately  .

Hope  snow  took  break   and  sun  smiled  through  the  sky   and   dropped  you  lots  of  positive  energy   and  enthusiasm  for  upcoming    season  which  i  bet  is   your  favorite  :)


Our  Spring  is  knocking  at   our  gardens   smoothly   and  delicately .

I   am  so  happy  to  see  that  my  garden  has   started  to  sprinkle   colourful   smiles  around  me  which  i  will  be   sharing  with  you   later.

Dear   friends  today  i  am  sharing  the  glimpse  of  the  spring  in  my  home   land  pakistan  .

Our  plains  in  Punjab  province   are  best   for  cultivation  of  flower   fields  particularly. 

In  all  big  cities  during  the  spring  flower  shows  and  exhibitions  are   held  .Along With  that  best  garden  awards  are  given  to   whom  who   grew   most  enchanting  flowers  collection  in  charming  order.

hope  you  will  enjoy ,i  took  help  from  google  to   share  flowers  of  our  country  with  you ,though  i  used  to  see  many  more in Islamabad  whenever  i  visited  there .

























Due to lack of time i could not mention the source of each photo but you can find them by writing flowers of pakistan on google.

Hope you enjoyed the peek of some of our blooms my friends!

right now signing off by saying please stay BLOOMED and for this don't put condition of season .
God  Bless You  All!!!

41 comments:

  1. I would love to wander some of the gardens of Pakistan. We have some really nice ones where I live that I enjoy visiting. We have had a lot of rain here in New York. I am hoping that we are done with snow. Have a great week!

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  2. thank you thank you,, it was such a treat for my snow weary eyes!!!!

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  3. Que beleza de flores, com fotografias lindíssimas. Realmente já desejamos muito que venha a Primavera tanto mais que aqui por Portugal o inverno tem sido gelado.
    Uma boa semana.
    Um beijo.

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  4. Dear Baili, the types of flowers in your homeland are stunning and as I looked at them I thought, "they are much like the colors of the beautiful fabrics you make your clothing out of, too." You become like "walking gardens." Have a great week!

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  5. We are a long way from any spring glory like you have shared, Baili. Some of the flowers looks familiar! Similar ones grow here.

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  6. Thanks for sharing just beautiful!

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  7. Oh how utterly breath-taking!!!
    Thank you so much for sharing this, dearest Baili...I could just sit and gaze at these beauties for hours! ☺☺

    Much love and hugs xoxoxo

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  8. So beautiful! Makes me think of that quotation (from Emerson?) -- "The Earth laughs in flowers"

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  9. Dear Baili, thank you for these lovely photographs of the flowers of Pakistan! Many I recognized as they also grow here in the United States. But there were three or four I'd never seen before, so I'll do the Googling you suggested! May you, too, bloom where you are planted! Peace.

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  10. Wonderful flowers in there!
    I love especially the Lotus flower.

    Have a lovely day!
    Susanna

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  11. Oh so beautiful. All those colors make me long for the time when I can see them here.

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  12. The colours, shapes, and textures are extraordinary! Some of them we have here also, but I think you have far more, perhaps because of the greater amount of heat in your climate. The tree with the purple blossoms is utterly beautiful. Thank you for showing us the flowers of your land!

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  13. Your flowers are joyful :-) We are having a cold spell over hear and spring hasn't quite sprung yet!

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  14. Gorgeous flower pictures Baili, Thank you for sharing the beauty of your homeland.

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  15. There are some wonderful flowers here. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. They are all so beautiful! It's still too soon for flowers here but we're getting there.

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  17. Beautiful flowers, many of them grown here in Tasmania.

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  18. Love seeing all the beautiful flowers, Baili! I see a few that I recognize that grow here, too! I am dreaming of spring.....Sending hugs xo Karen

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  19. OMG Bailli ...What a gorgeous display...Flowers make me happy...I would so love to walk on the streets where those lavender coloured trees are blooming ...What a delight!!! ... of course tulips alway inspire me for the ‘ hope” of Spring...Thank You for making my day beautiful ...xoxox

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  20. flores muito bonita. obrigado por dar a conhecer

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  21. Beautiful flowers and pictures! I just can't wait for spring and gardening. We had - 27 Celcius this morning here in Finland.

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  22. The spring is not knocking yet in the spring garden. It's fabulously colorful with you. Regards.

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  23. Beautiful flowers. Wonder what are the trees with lavender color flowers. All so lovely!

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  24. Buen día amiga gracias por visitar mi blog y así en mi deber es contigo y ver que ya tienes instalado un jardin lleno de flores bellas ..gracias por compartir tan bellas imágenes . Un abrazo

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  25. Beautiful flowers in Pakistan!! Thank you for sharing these today!

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  26. Thank you for sharing these beautiful flowers that can be seen in Pakistan. My favourite image is of the avenue of trees with mauve flowers which I think are jacarandas. We have Spring flowers indoors here in our house, but outside we have freezing cold weather and we long for warmer days. All the best Baili.

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  27. WoW!!!!! So gorgeous!!!! And the fourth one, took my breath away!!

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  28. It isn't spring yet here, but we did go outside today with just a light jacket for a change. That was nice. Your flower photos are amazing - I guess spring gets there earlier.

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  29. Such beautiful flowers in your area, Baili. And so many striking colors. I especially like the Purple flowered trees. They remind me of the trees that grace our town during Spring, only they are Pink. That one flower is very unique and I've never seen anything like it. : )

    Have a wonderful week.

    ~Sheri

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  30. Dear Baili – Spring of your country must be so beautiful. I’m familiar with the most of the flowers in this blog but the 7th, 14th and 16th flowers are new to me. I’m especially attracted by the street lined with the trees with purple blossoms. (16th image). I’d like to walk under the canopy of those blossoms in person. By the way, I think you’re blooming beautifully where you are planted, Baili.

    Yoko

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  31. Lovely!

    We are having here - 20 C

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  32. Truly breath taking my friend! Thank you! Big Hugs!

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  33. Wow... Pakistan is so beautiful country...

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  34. Thank you for sharing these beautiful blooms. A joyful spring to you.

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  35. Una maravilla de color. Bellísimas flores. Aquí aún tememos frío.
    Besos.

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  36. Me llevo tu enlace y te sigo.
    Besos.

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  37. Oh wow. How beautiful it is there!! We don't have purples trees like that around here. So pretty. Im in awe.
    Lisa

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  38. Beautiful flowers, Baili! What amazes me is how many of the flowers I am familiar with! The long rose arbor was gorgeous! Thank you for sharing your lovely Pakistani blooms!

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