Sweet :-)Tuesday, February 03, 2015
Nerium oleander with double pink flowers always make the stem bend downwards due to its weight. Anyway, the shrub doesn't seem to be doing that well.
My Medinilla cumingii gave me the sweetest surprise. The bunch of tiny flowers blossomed wonderfully in spite of the constant mealybug attacks.
Another bunch is blooming right at the back of the one in the pic above. At one end of a stem, there is a bunch of developing buds. Quite a pretty sight to behold -- hard work pays off I must say:-)
These pretty flowers will however fade fast...
This Euphorbia hypericifolia (Diamond Fizz cultivar, I think) cultivar sends out gorgeous leaves this time round. The leaves have grown so close to each in an appealing shade of green :-D
Also, two little blooms have emerged from my Kalanchoe blossfeldiana. The sight is lovely as the tiny blooms glow brightly when the sunlight is shining on the plant in the afternoon.
I sowed some edible amaranth seeds into this pot last month. Didn't expect any to sprout as after sowing it just kept pouring cats and dogs.
Impatiens regrowing... will it rebloom?
Oh, look here... the smallest Nepenthes sp. Notice the little pitchers? In the same pot are Butterworts and Venus Fly Trap.
Here is a close-up view... infront of the Nepenthes are Buxus harlandii and Pilea involucrata...
Have a wonderful day!