Heart AnthuriumsWednesday, July 15, 2015
The blooms will fade to a lighter red and then to green in the end.
They look the prettiest when they first appeared -- glorious in brilliant red colour!
How is the weather lately? It has been really hot but these two days, the rain is back. A big Zephyranthes rosea (Rosy Rain Lily) bloom appeared one morning after a heavy rain. And it lasted for another day.
The other day I saw the biggest Morus nigra (Mulberry) at a car park. Mine however is just a mini one in comparison. Also, the fruits are much smaller!
Grow moss anyone? Here is a pot of moss that I have been growing for a number of months. I can see that the mosses have settled and flourishing happily now.
Guzmania lingulata (Scarlet Star) bears outstanding blooms. These two deep red flower heads are going to grow taller and more obvious in the days ahead.
Siderasis fuscata (aka.Bear Ears or Brown Spiderwort) is one exotic looking plant. The leaves are fuzzy and nice to touch. When in bloom, the flowers are an icing on the cake...