Flowers Thru My Eyes 215
I actually thought to take a picture of the description of this plant so I could pass it on, which is unusual for me. It's found naturally in Southeast Asia and China. It's called a White Bat Flower (Tacca Integrifolia), Cat's Whiskers or Devil's Tongue.
Honeycomb-shaped flowers of a plant from Araceae (This is a cluster of hundreds of tiny flowers called a spadix and the hood is a spathe)
colombia_0683: Honeycomb-shaped flowers of a plant from Araceae (This is a cluster of hundreds of tiny flowers called a spadix and the hood is a spathe)
‘Pristine’ by Jenni77
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Fractal branching patterns - Abutilon is a large genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is distributed throughout the tropics and subtropics of the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Bell shaped flower.
Rare succulents are so spectacular it doesn’t matter how many you own you can never have too many. Rare succulents don't necessarily require special care.
Rotheca myricoides - Blue Butterfly Bush, Butterfly Clerodendrum, Blue Glory Bower, Blue Glorybower, Blue Cat's Whiskers - Hawaiian Plants and Tropical Flowers
View photographs and a description of the plant Rotheca myricoides, commonly known as Blue Butterfly Bush, Butterfly Clerodendrum, Blue Glory Bower, Blue...
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Morning In Its Glory
Ok, so imagine a warm Summer morning when the gardens are still damp with dew, and the air is sweet and the birds are singing. Now hold that thought and keep that feeling with you on this cold January day! (And remember there are only 50 days until Spring!) EXPLORED 1.29.10 Thank you, everyong!
I have just one question for anyone who has never planted moonflowers (Ipomoea alba) – what are you waiting for? Yes, in northern gardens they take some time to flower, and yes, they must be start…