Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Epiphyte Season

We are happy to show off our Tillandsia aeranthos that we put on the tree back in October. It is now flowering.  We have five of them in bloom. We noticed that one of the plants have a lighter color than the others.



Tillandsia Aeranthos   pic by Jalaysia

This little Bromeliad quesnelia started to open up this morning. It is a great time to be an Epiphyte in the garden after all the rain, watering, and care that we have been giving our plants.
Bromeliad Quesnelia      Pic by Jalaysia


16 comments:

  1. now i now how to take a good picture of a plant

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  2. It's good that the plant is going to bloom. That will be a great experience for the class.

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  3. this shows that plants can make beautiful blooms.

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  4. This proves that plants are just like people they from a baby and grows.

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  5. This says the plants will bloom and we can learn more about them.

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  6. This blog taught me that some plants are beautiful when they bloom.

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  8. Bromeliads grow real good flowers after the rain.

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  9. When you take care of a plant, you get a flower as a reward.

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  10. This is great because I never knew how beautiful the colors on the flower were.

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  11. This flower open and looked beautiful

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  12. The flower looks so beautiful.

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