Saturday, 31 October 2009

Stapelia sp. (II)


Jacob said...

Very unusual and beautiful plant! Never seen one before. Is this something you grow at home?

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I have seen this one before and if I remember correctly it does not smell very nice in order to attract flies to pollenate it?

Julie said...

these are gorgeous blooms. I have never grown these types. they are very intriguing and look like they come from outer space.

Asta said...

Hi JM,

Very, very beautiful. I have never seen this before, but it looks gorgeous.

Best regards

Mirela said...

Wonderful! Is it a typical PT plant, or you bought it in a flower shop and it's imported from somewhere?

Deepak chhatbar said...

i am carzy about plants and tress after looking at your post it has made me more crazy about it.keep posting got to see more from you...: )

Quity Quity Flower.

Kilauea Poetry said...

I like these photos.. pretty nice page with a lot of cool sea life..must be your collection?

Joan Elizabeth said...

I love your nature pics. Every now and then I pop by here just to gasp as their beauty, you find such untraditional plants.

ruma2008 said...

It is a great pattern.

I'm always looking forward to this blog.
The colors and patterns that I have not seen all.

Thank you.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

I've always wondered how you have such a nice perspective and objects every time!

Beautiful work indeed JM!!

Dagdusheth Ganpati

Véronique et Yannis said...

Magnifiques photos! Votre blog est surprenant! Merci de toutes ces découvertes!

Carolina said...

I guess I've seen these plants before, but never flowering... only another one very similar, but the flower was completely purple-reddish, and it smelled awful.
Great photo, again, and I'm also in the team of the ones who wonder how you do to get these great specimens... I bet you own a shop!
Best regards,

Carolina said...

Hi there!
Dropping by to send you my best wishes for Christmas and New Year...!
Have a wonderful time :)

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Beautiful lilies.
Melbourne Daily Photo

mge said...

Wow... that's surreal.