Friday, 5 February 2010

Euphorbia sp.

10 comments:

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Do these flowers also only bloom at night Jose? Where did you take this picture? Love the Euphorbia especially the one known as "Queen of the night".

JM said...

Joan, all shots on this blog were taken at home. And no, they don't only bloom at night.

Jacob said...

Euphorbia? A cactus plant, right? It's so pretty I thought immediately of "visual euphoria"!

Jacob said...

Thanks, Jose, for you explanatory comments! I kinda figured that was the case with the child "monks."

You must have a very big house to house all the plants you have! Or are you in the plant business? You know more about plants than anyone I've ever known!

Small City Scenes said...

I have several different Euphorbia here. One I like has the common name of 'Crown of Thorns'. I think your Euphorbia is all ready for Valentine's Day. Nice. MB

Jacob said...

Well, OK...but I stand by my previous comments that you know more about plants (and other things) than most people!

And your encyclopedic knowledge shows!

Hellag said...

não há nada melhor que terminar hoje a visita com flores...este cacto em forma de coração, com pétalas minúsculas e belas...magnifica macro

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Thanks Jose. :)

Dean Grey said...

JM!

The little parts almost look like pink hearts!

-Dean

tumwijuke said...

I've never seen the euphrobia in bloom. And until yesterday I thought it was a plain old cactus.

This is a beautiful photo.