Little Red and Big Red

When I took this picture of a red Petunia, the leaves were beginning to deteriorate.  It is visible in the picture.  Still the core beauty of the flower remains.  Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.
Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.

Good Day!

2 thoughts on “Little Red and Big Red”

  1. Hi Linda:

    Yes, we have been doing that. As a matter of fact, the flower has grown stronger, greener and is blooming one flower almost every day.

    We have baptized her Petunia and we treat her as a member of our family. We place her on the terrace for her daily dose of sunshine, and at night we water her and place her on our dining table. This is a ceremony we do every single day, since we owned her.

    At this moment she has three flowers. She lost one yesterday. Every 15 days we fertilize her with a special liquid fertilizer called “Crece Más” (Grow More) manufactured by Denucio (

    We plan to buy a sunflower on a pot and see if can replicate the process with the new flower.

    What we are really doing is building a house garden and increasing our photography subjects for the blog. “Two birds with a single stone.”

    As grow older we are acquiring new habits and customs. From a number man I’ve morphed into a blogger, photographer and gardener. How about them green apples? 🙂

    BTW, Carnavales are in full swing. They started Friday evening. They will end on Ash Wednesday at noon. It’s the only thing Panamanians take seriously. I really mean that!

    Take Care,


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