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#myphoto #photo #flowers #green #myart #zeiss #narcissus

we've got the annual narcissi invasion on our hands here
 
Usually, flowers aren't my thing. But my Mom, (who's currently unable to walk) loves them. Took a few snapshots of snowdrop and spring snowflake to cheer her up. Maybe you enjoy them, too? #spring #flowers #photography
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#myphoto #photographie #nature #abeilles #fleurs #flowers #soleil #sun
Affronter la grisaille, mais non, lumière aujourd'hui. Bonne semaine à tous et toutes !
 
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#myphoto #photographie #nature #abeilles #fleurs #flowers #soleil #sun
Affronter la grisaille, mais non, lumière aujourd'hui. Bonne semaine à tous et toutes !
 
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Today she flowered! December lily, cutting it a bit fine.
Lilium longiflorium, also known as November lily in warmer climes, Christmas Lily, Easter Lily, and there is a variety known as Bermuda Lily. Native to Taiwan and southern Japan.

#photo #happysnaps #flowers #myphoto #mywork
 
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Today she flowered! December lily, cutting it a bit fine.
Lilium longiflorium, also known as November lily in warmer climes, Christmas Lily, Easter Lily, and there is a variety known as Bermuda Lily. Native to Taiwan and southern Japan.

#photo #happysnaps #flowers #myphoto #mywork
 
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Rhizanthella Gardneri
In Australia, there is an orchid (Rhizanthella gardneri) which grows entirely underground. It was discovered in 1928 by a farmer after he noticed a sweet smell coming from the ground. The discovery generated so much excitement that a wax model was toured around the British Isles.
For much of its life, an underground orchid exists in the soil as a small white rhizome (thickened underground stem). When it flowers, it remains hidden under leaf litter and soil close to the surface, its petals think and pink, its flower head a little larger than an Australian 50 cent coin.
All orchid species need a buddy, a particular soil fungus, for their seeds to germinate, and Rhizanthella must have its habitat to survive. Unfortunately, it's extremely difficult to just grow it in a pot.
The seeds of underground orchids, are like ball bearings and the fruits smell like the famous vanilla orchid of Mexico, whose seeds and pods add scent and flavour to everything from candles to ice cream. It is suspected the seeds of underground orchids via native animal excrement. In Western Australia, these animals are locally extinct. Without bandicoots and wallabies to transport seeds away from the parent plant, the natural cycle of renewal and establishment of new plants has been broken. Not good for the long-term survival of the two Western Australian Rhizanthella species.
Follow this link for a full copy of the article.
#Flowers #Orchids #Australia
 
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Rhizanthella Gardneri
In Australia, there is an orchid (Rhizanthella gardneri) which grows entirely underground. It was discovered in 1928 by a farmer after he noticed a sweet smell coming from the ground. The discovery generated so much excitement that a wax model was toured around the British Isles.
For much of its life, an underground orchid exists in the soil as a small white rhizome (thickened underground stem). When it flowers, it remains hidden under leaf litter and soil close to the surface, its petals think and pink, its flower head a little larger than an Australian 50 cent coin.
All orchid species need a buddy, a particular soil fungus, for their seeds to germinate, and Rhizanthella must have its habitat to survive. Unfortunately, it's extremely difficult to just grow it in a pot.
The seeds of underground orchids, are like ball bearings and the fruits smell like the famous vanilla orchid of Mexico, whose seeds and pods add scent and flavour to everything from candles to ice cream. It is suspected the seeds of underground orchids via native animal excrement. In Western Australia, these animals are locally extinct. Without bandicoots and wallabies to transport seeds away from the parent plant, the natural cycle of renewal and establishment of new plants has been broken. Not good for the long-term survival of the two Western Australian Rhizanthella species.
Follow this link for a full copy of the article.
#Flowers #Orchids #Australia
 
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“Bursting with color and grace”

#photo #manipulation #flowers
 
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Brought my Bizzy Lizzies indoors


Was not sure if they died come Winter so asked for advice on an earlier post showing them hanging outdoors. I have now brought them indoors as advised (Plants in the white hanging pots) and we will see what happens. This is the bottom end of my "study" and I don't think I could get any more plants in it. The bourganveilla growing around the window was originally a cutting that I brought back from Cyprus on our wedding anniversary and in the Spring it is a mass of peach coloured flowers which is delightful until they all fall off.

#gardening #orchids #photography #flowers #gplusrefugee @Corinne Howell
 
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Any gardening experts out there?


I planted a couple of hanging pots with bizzy lizzies early spring which I had bought from the local nursery. They did not do well, I lost a couple and the others just did not seem to grow for months. Suddenly in the last month they got a spurt on and are growing like mad. According to the internet most of them die at the end of the season, does this variety die or should I bring them indoors when the frost is about. Any help appreciated because these flowers are starting to look pretty now.

#gardening #photography #flowers
 
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Any gardening experts out there?


I planted a couple of hanging pots with bizzy lizzies early spring which I had bought from the local nursery. They did not do well, I lost a couple and the others just did not seem to grow for months. Suddenly in the last month they got a spurt on and are growing like mad. According to the internet most of them die at the end of the season, does this variety die or should I bring them indoors when the frost is about. Any help appreciated because these flowers are starting to look pretty now.

#gardening #photography #flowers
 
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here is a rather plain bird - a juvenile wattlebird or a brush wattlebird, i do not know - not flustering about, not brawling with fantails, just checking out a banksia flower.

#birb #birds #happysnaps #photo #banksia #flowers #yellow #myphoto #mywork
 
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red arcotis! Let the season begin :D whatever one it is (it's Petyan), as long as the last one fucks off.

#photo #flowers #red #corona #sunshine #warm #mmmwarm #myphoto #mywork
 
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Bloody animated butterflies everywhere


I have added some of my 3D animated butterflies to a photograph of my daughter, taken twenty years ago, but still a picture that I'm rather fond of. I think the result of adding 3D animated CAD models and ordinary photographs works well, even if this one is a little over the top

#mywork #photography #butterflies #flowers #3d #animation #gif
 
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Linnaea borealis the favourite flower of Carl Linnaeus, who is often portrayed with this flower in his hand. A very delicate and beautiful flower it is… Linnéa became a popular Swedish female name.
#flowers #nature #linnaeus #plants #botany #sverige
 
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Hardenbergia violacea (Purple Coral Pea) being all celestial n stuff
This one is from collected seed and seems to be somewhere between "Happy Wanderer" and "Mini Haha", not as rambunctious as HW but not as munted as Mini - it's well behaved and after 15years has only just clamboured across the top of a small shed.

#photo #plants #flowers #nature #purple #myphoto #mywork
 
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Purple Osteospermum - not usually a water plant but we all find our own paths.

#photo #flowers #nature #plants #purple #myphoto #mywork
 
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Flowers of (*maybe) Eucalyptus sideroxlylon (red-flowering - it''s actually pink but i did not name these things) also known as "Ironbark" - that's the trunk in the bg

#flowers #photo #Nature #trees #myphoto #mywork
 
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