Another dose of hot, loud and proud madness! No separating into either hot, loud or proud since these are a mixture of all those fantastic features.
Nothing says hot like this passion flower. Vibrant scarlet and exotic shape, it sure attracts the attention of my family and friends. This is one flowering plant that my dad is proud of.
This balsam really appeals to me with that almost black leaves and bright orange.
Wonder what plant this is. The small but bright purple flower contrasting with the patterned dark green leaves really stands out from the palm trees they grow under.
Lovely red lipsticks. The bright red elongated flowers with the neat leaves makes my dad happy. He's planning to buy another one! What's this plant called?
Pumpkin blossoms! This is the first time I see them in full bloom since they wilt once I get back from school. The bright yellow and the cute and hairy leaves makes it a beautiful vine. Still waiting for pumpkins......yumm!
Reminds me of morning glory.
Cute dianthus is still adapting to the change from shade to sunny. Didn't know they grow so fast from cuttings!
Petunias are my dad's favourites. Currently mine is producing plenty of blooms every day!
This is one of my proudest achievements. It's N. viking/N. globosa, a Tropical Pitcher Plant and its also a seedgrow specimen. It can be hard to grow nepenthes from seeds since they are slow. Some species take months or even years to germinate, but this germinated in about a month.
One interesting fact is that while most nepenthes becomes more vibrant in full sun, this becomes redder when under shade.
Well, I hope you all enjoyed this post.