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Anyone know what kind these are? The Town Square had an area that was filled with these beautiful flowers.
A white Phalenopsis orchid that had recently been given it’s morning shower.
Unlike it’s cousin the Blue Morpho (Morpho menelaus of Central and South America) who has quite different lower wings than it’s top, the White Morpho’s (Morpho polyphemus of Mexico and Central America) wings look the same open and closed. Both … Continue reading
The orchids have returned to the Franklin Park Conservatory and we were there today. Here is just a preview of things to come later…
Heliconius erato – The neotropical Red Postman Butterfly. It’s not often you get to see a butterfly belly!
Bullseye (sometimes spelled Bull’s Eye) is a shrub rose that is said to have a sweet spice fragrance, is nearly thornless and very resistant to black spot. Sounds like something I stand a chance of being able to grow.
What is it about lilies and lily ponds that makes you want to just sit quietly and gaze upon them? Well, at least that’s the effect they have on me anyway. Here are three tightly cropped photos of them taken … Continue reading