I went to buy bark chips for the garden and came home with a new Anthurium.
This is my ‘giant’ Anthurium.
While I had a day off, I thought I would be taking photos, and yet Mother Nature had other plans.
And I guess I have a good enough reason to hate them too, because when I was 16, I contracted Ross River Virus.
For Christmas this year, my sister gave me a Bunnings gift voucher, and just in case you are not aware, Bunnings IS my favourite warehouse.
Back on September 15, I shared a photo of Anthurium Lipsticks. Today it’s the same plant with early morning dew drops.
Not the sort of lipstick you want to use when requiring an application of colour, but lipsticks all the same. At least that’s what they look like to me.
I’m starting to get a nice little collection of Anthuriums. Also known as tailflower, flamingo flower, and laceleaf, the flower of this tropical plant is quite impressive, but it’s my … Continue reading The Queen in My Garden