My Peace Lily is rewarding me with its six white spathes this week. Two have opened and the rest are following suit. Hope they will open soon coz I wanna see them all open at one time!
So come on Peace Lily, haven't seen you blooming profusely for such a long time :-D
Studies have shown that Peace Lily is a good air-purifier. Here is a close-up of its graceful bloom...
While the Peace Lily is in its most glorious moment, my Gloxinia is sadly not blossoming well. Part of the flower petals did not develop as they ought to be hence resulting in a half-opened bloom...
Meanwhile, the Lemon Ginger that is in front of the Gloxinia has been flowering with a succession of blooms. The flowers are lovely and cheery at the same time, don't you think so?
Meanwhile Anthuriums are giving me a slight headache. They seem to like the sunlight for flowering but the foliage and spathes are easily burnt by the hot afternoon sun. Hmm...
Anyway, glad to see my Pilea involucrata that is sandwiched between two Buxus harlandii plants doing well these days :-)
My Fittonia that is in the potted fairy garden has past its prime. Earlier the plant bloomed profusely and now all its leaves have suddenly dried up and wilted. Hope they will come back soon.
And my Calla Lily gave me a surprise as its leaves growing bigger by the days. Perhaps flowering soon?
In the pic below, the plant that is in front, with bright green leaves, is Kalanchoe pinnata and the one at the back, in bluish green leaves, is Kalanchoe daigremontiana Itulehti. Both are thriving well in spite of the frequent afternoon rains. Yippie!!
In the combo pot below I have a Symphyotrichum laeve var. laeve growing and flowering. Used to have some Gypsophilas growing in the same pot besides the Alternanthera shrub. I guess the rain must have drowned the Gypsophilas already.
In any case, have a beautiful day!