Revisiting previous posts.
That layer of yellow blobs are all clusters of tiny, growing Dendrobium embryos. Sexy goop, eh?
I think I found the mystery Philodendron parent plant.
It’s been six months since I planted Betty’s berries and I now have a small family of amorphophallus titanum.
Try, try again.
The Geranium maderense in my back yard is putting on quite a show.
Sometime last night, the pod popped open, scattering tiny seeds on the leaves below.
The first Titan Arum seed has broken ground.
One of my favorite Paphiopedilum flowers ever.
So, yeah. Devils! For Halloween! Spooky!
Three new leaves since the transplant and she even hung on the one from before.