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Thursday, 27 October 2011

Flowers in the garden..!!!


Many, if not most, plants considered decorative flowers originated as weeds, which if attractive enough would sometimes be tolerated by farmers because of their appeal. This led to an artificial selection process, producing ever-prettier (to humans) flowers. This is thought to have occurred for the entire history of agriculture, perhaps even slightly earlier, when people tended to favor naturally occurring food-gathering spots. This may also explain why many flowers function as companion plants to more useful agricultural plants; they had evolved that symbiotic relationship with the food plants before either was domesticated, and therefore was found in the same area, convenient to be selected as an attractive plant.




Once domesticated, though, most flowers were grown either separately or as part of gardens having some other primary function. In the West, the idea of gardens dedicated to flowers did not become common until the 19th century, though in fact many modern gardens are indeed flower gardens. Flower gardens are, indeed, a key factor in modern landscape design and even architecture, especially for large businesses, some of which pay to have large flower gardens torn out and replaced entirely each season, in order to keep the color patterns consistent.



Well, that's some light on how flower garden became an important part of a landscape design :)

Cheers..!!!

P.S : I seriously dont know the name of the flowers. Interested people can contact my mother..!! A hard core garden lover and a Botany teacher :D (she would loves to explain too :D)

11 comments:

  1. can contact your mum? khulla nyota?

    :) i liked the first photo and the second photo and the first and the second :P

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  2. @BB hahahahhahahaha.. thanks.. arey bindaas..!! woh ek dum chilled out hain.. In fact she loves talking plants and all..!! mere se hazam nahi hota.. :) she loves her garden man..!!! :D

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  3. I think you do product and portrait pics better.. The pics are nice, but you've captured better images :) .. Ohh and pls find out the name of the flower :)

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  4. @thanks da.. I am trying hard to improve what am good at as well what i am not :) Am glad you liked what I clicked :) nokate..!! fees lagega :P

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  5. Thanks daai... Am glad you liked it...!! :):)

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  6. I liked the first one more
    Second shreya here, these are good but you got better ones here :)

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  7. Doi, this looks almost like the free wallpaper that we used to get with XP!! Awesome:)

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  8. Loved the serenity it reflects!
    Esp the first one :)
    btw recently came across him..check him out
    http://mayank-p.blogspot.com/

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  9. The pictures look great Prithvi :D...and I love the concept of the the small write up with each picture ...the blog looks great :)...you should try this setting on the other one too you know...I get bored with black and white so a baised opinion this might be :D...I love the self potrait one as well...BTW when are you clicking me ?

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  10. @VJ : Thanks da :) i am trying to improve :)

    @PV hey.. well I ve one like the MS wallpaper... will send it to you :)

    @RED : Thanks da :) yup will check hm out too :)

    @DIGS : :D hey.. welcome back :) nice to see you again :)Thank you so much for liking it.. ya.. i was thinkin of changing the other 1s look.. will do it :) sure.. would love to click you..hey.. will drop a buzz when i am dropping to bangalore..hopefully soon.. will click then..!! :)

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