Grevillea Robyn Gordon. Ok, the plant is in a container and in the veranda, but still the flowers are gorgeous!
Grevillea johnsonii. This species is very thankfull blooming from spring to fall, and sometimes also during the winter.
Grevillea lanigera Mt Tamboritha form.
Grevillea Canberra Gem, the flower buds are still developing due to high temperature up to 15°C during the day.
Grevillea rosmarinifolia in the December sun.
Vanda coerulescens pink form
|I had some troubles posting the pictures, but finally this is my C dayana coerulea!|
Top: "originally purchased" violet.
White hunter (quite probably a crab spider from the Thomisidae family)
Banksia petiolaris, details of the anthers
Bansia blechniifolia, new growth 2012.
Bansia blechniifolia flower head 2011
2004 Philesia "Cutting" with a double clay pot to maintain constant humidity. The plant is in a small pot because Philesia like Lapageria dislike been in too big containers.
2012 One of my "Bulk Philesia".
2012 Flower bud.