Posts filed under ‘Bloom Report’
I don’t have a species determination for this one, but it’s a Hymenocallis from the 120 gallon Mexico river biotope riparium.
This today from the 120 Mexico river biotope riparium.
Ludwigia peruensis is a great plant. You can train it’s semi-woody stems like a bonsai tree and it has these very pleasing blooms. The flowers only last part of a day: by around 3pm they begin to whither and drop their petals.
This shot is from a few days ago
This plant’s natural range is Australia and neighboring areas, but I had the Hygrophila angustifolia growing in the South America riparium.
This is a pretty neat plant. I should add some more description sometime later on.