We went to the local market to look for that sweet dessert that my husband really like but unfortunately we never found it. On the lighter side I found beautiful flowers that are for sale.
I think because there is no snow in the part of Korea where we are, the flowers are still alive and fresh even if its very cold already.
I don't know any names of these flowers, maybe some of you may know, you may share it to me.
I know that these colorful flowers are from cactus though.
I am not particular with the kinds of flowers here in Korea, but I admire their beauty!
I love this kind because they bloom in different colors.
Have a blessed Sunday everyone!
congratulations on the win in the best smile categoryReplyDelete
Hello there! I`m back! I like their cactus. It`s unique...Nsa Korea pla kau ngaun? Cool!ReplyDelete
wow..lots of flowers here sis... ito ang talagang today's flowers kasi marami hehhehehe...ReplyDelete
i like the red and yellow cactus..or cactus ba yan? ang ganda ng kulay..i guess we don't have that here in the Philippines
thanks for visiting mine sis
Nice to see all the colors. The bottom two are Euphorbia and Cyclamen.ReplyDelete
Lovely shots of beautiful flowers/ I particularly like cyclamen though I'm not very successful at keeping them!ReplyDelete
Wonderful collection of beautiful flowers!!ReplyDelete
Wish I could come and purchase some of the lovely plants.
What a lot of flowers! You are lucky.ReplyDelete
Good week, dear!
Great to see all the pretty pictures. The bottom one is cyclamen, I know that. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers. Even though you didn't find the dessert, flowers are like dessert for the senses.ReplyDelete
Very pretty flowers. I think the fourth plant from the bootom is a variety of coleus (mayana)family.ReplyDelete
So Korea is The Land of the Morning Calm? Thanks. I'll add it up to my notes.
Thanks also for the visit.
They are quite lovely!ReplyDelete
I really like the shot of the pink and green leaves - lovely color. The red cacti are quite lovely too.
So many beautiful flowers. They can't help but cheer up a day.ReplyDelete
huh...! na missed ko ang summer when I saw your post oj...kasi yan ang mga summer flower dito and the last one is a autumn flower dito...bukas tingnan ko koang ano ang name nyang last na picture...very nice colorS!ReplyDelete
Have a good week ahead!
Your flowers in the market are very beautiful.ReplyDelete
It is wonderful to share all the flowers from the market.ReplyDelete
what a lovely variety of flowers there are. Thanks for popping by my blog as well.ReplyDelete
Gill in Canada
What lovely flowers! I certainly enjoyed them all, sis! I was out of town today so my entry was late.ReplyDelete
The cactus looks like candies! The colors are like that of with jelly beans. I don't know the names of others but one thing is for sure they're all lovely!ReplyDelete
hi Rose.. ganda ng entry mo for TF. the second to the last photo, it reminds me of my mum's collection in Pi. that is so popular in our place but can't remember the name, the last photo, I think that is cyclamen. I like that plant but I dont have it in my garden yet.ReplyDelete
wow those are gorgeous sis...I recognize some of them though....:)ReplyDelete
musta ang weekend nyo sis..am sure super busy kau....my gosh...few more days nalang....about 2 weeks right?
daan me dito sis ha...blog hop me muna...d kasi ako nag blog hop pag weekend...day off ko...lol!
miss you manang ko...mwah!
Enjoyed seeing some of your country's lovely flowers. All of them are so pretty. I love all flowers. Thank you for taking the time to leave an always welcomed comment.ReplyDelete
All your flowers are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing them with us and thank you also for visiting mine.ReplyDelete
halu rose!stopping here to greet you a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
Yes, those are very beautiful flowers but the most beautiful of them all is your daughter Rylie. She outblooms all those flowers. Magaganda pala ang mga bulaklak sa Korea. Ang alam ko kasi pag malamig ang klima ay mas maganda ang bulaklak katulad sa Baguio at Tagaytay. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.ReplyDelete