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Hippeastrum 'Apple Blossom' at home.
Hippeastrum 'Apple Blossom' at home.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-26 15:04:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'20"S - 46°33'58"W
  • The first day of flowering for the third time of the year. flic.kr/p/2jHLtaA Some consider it the 'Brazilian tulip'. *** Hippeastrum, or amaryllis, are most commonly grown as flowering houseplants. The bulbous plants hail from South Africa, and bear four to six large flowers on a tall, light green hollow stem. It’s easy to force amaryllis bulbs to flower indoors, and once they’ve finished flowering they can be stored and encouraged to flower the following year. Hippeastrum ‘Apple Blossom’ bears attractive white-green flowers tinged with pink. For best results, grow at room temperature, around 20°C in a well-lit room, in the sunniest position you can give it. Water sparingly at first, increasing the amount as the flower stems develop. *** A trick: when amaryllis opens its flowers, you can cut the immature pollen, that is, before it starts to turn yellow. Just go there on the antennae of the flower core and, with scissors, cut them. There are three good reasons for you to do this: 1 - pollen stains clothing; 2 - it decreases the duration of the flowers; 3 - pollen is toxic, if ingested, mainly, by pets. I do not follow these suggestions. I like bees, hummingbirds and other insects visiting them. 1 - I don't care about stains on clothes; 2 - Death is natural, it will die anyway; 3 - I don't have pets.
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Yellow Thanksgiving Cactus (the very rare YELLOW 'May flower') at home.
Yellow Thanksgiving Cactus (the very rare YELLOW 'May flower') at home.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-19 09:12:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'19"S - 46°33'58"W
  • May flower: the cactus that offers beauty instead of thorns: The May flower - common name of the species Schlumbergera truncata - is one of those plants that we tend to despise most of the year. It is, after all, a true botanical commonplace: since the days of grandma's gardens, it has been hanging around on any balcony or housed in cachepots on some furniture in the living room. It is also a champion of popularity in floras - ready to be pushed by sellers every time the consumer searches for a plant “for beginners”. This is all true, yes. But, as I was able to feel myself this week, the fact that it is party rice does not eliminate the extraordinary value and the pleasure of having a May flower inside the house. And pleasure is precisely in the miracle that works, out of nowhere, in your metabolism. During most of the year, the May flower is a discreet little thing, with its branches formed by fragile and evergreen buds releasing at most new buds. Suddenly, sometime between the end of autumn and the beginning of winter, behold that dull plant explodes in buttons with extremely striking shapes and colors - mine, for example, pump out between May and July. flic.kr/p/2j5vm49 After flowering, it often withers, loses part of the buds and spends the rest of the year trying to recover from the excruciating effort of flowering. The May flower is from the cactus family, but has no thorns. In its original habitat, the Atlantic Forest, it presents an epiphyte behavior. In other words: like orchids and many bromeliads, it uses tree trunks as a support. Thanks to horticultural improvement, the variety of colors available on the market today is immense. You can splurge, as you can see in this photo that illustrates this post, the very rare flower of May YELLOW. Despite the fact that the May flower is a peaceful and favorable cultivation plant, some precautions are mandatory to avoid unpleasantness. Here is a basic guide to success: 1) SOIL - As it is a succulent, the may flower requires perfect drainage. She does, however, enjoy a lot of organic matter. So, plant it in pots with holes, filled with pebbles and sand at the bottom and the remaining two thirds completed with vegetable soil. Curiosity: if these conditions are met, the May flower can grow a lot and live for years in small pots. 2) WATERING - Do not overdo it and do not leave dishes filled with water under the pot, to avoid waterlogging and root rot. But also be sure to water frequently - two to four times a week, depending on the weather. She likes the slightly damp earth. 3) LUZ - This is, perhaps, the main catch. The May flower hates receiving direct sunlight, but enjoys well-lit environments. The right places for her, therefore, are balconies and bright interiors, but fresh. Or under the treetops. 4) FLOWERING - The May flower releases its buds when two variables combine: the nights become longer and the minimum temperatures are close to 10-15 degrees. And so it lives up to its name: in the Southeast of Brazil, these ideal conditions are usually registered between mid-May and the end of June. 5) POST-FLOWERING STRESS - May flower is a perennial species, that is, it does not die after giving flowers. Often, however, it cannot withstand the thud of its metabolic explosion: after so much effort, the stem buds become wilted and break easily. In the extreme, the plant dies from stress. To avoid this, it is necessary to redouble the care with nutrition. After flowering, increase the watering slightly and add a little earthworm humus or phosphorus-rich fertilizer (the “P” of the renowned NPK trio). Last tip: take advantage of the loose buds to produce new seedlings. It's very easy, just fix a piece of them in moist soil.
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Yellow and Pink Miniature Phalaenopsis Orchids at home.
Yellow and Pink Miniature Phalaenopsis Orchids at home.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-16 12:11:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'19"S - 46°33'58"W
  • There are two main types: standard and miniature. The first can reach 1 m in height, while the miniatures are around 30 cm. Both have a very similar structure, differing only in size. The leaves are broad and shiny, growing in the center of the plant. The fall of the older leaves allows the plant to remain with four to five leaves at any time. Standard flowers are about 8 cm wide and have very long stems, which can be up to 60 cm. The miniatures have smaller flowers and bloom on shorter stems. Their colors vary from white to pink and yellow, often streaked or stained with attractive markings. The petals are rounded. It can flower up to three times a year, and the season varies according to the geographic region.
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Purple Phalaenopsis Orchids at home.
Purple Phalaenopsis Orchids at home.
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  • Date of photography: 2020-10-11 14:38:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'20"S - 46°33'58"W
  • These charming orchid varieties are the perfect size for a table, shelf, or counter. Very easy to care for and flowering can last for weeks. When the blooming period ends the foliage still makes an attractive houseplant. They are simple to maintain even by those with very little experience caring for houseplants.
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Passeio ao zoológico!
Passeio ao zoológico!
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  • Date of photography: 2020-10-11 09:51:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°39'2"S - 46°37'13"W
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Passeio ao zoológico!
Passeio ao zoológico!
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  • Date of photography: 2020-10-11 09:51:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°39'2"S - 46°37'13"W
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Passeio ao zoológico!
Passeio ao zoológico!
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  • Date of photography: 2020-10-11 09:51:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°39'2"S - 46°37'13"W
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Passeio ao zoológico!
Passeio ao zoológico!
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  • Date of photography: 2020-10-11 09:51:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°39'2"S - 46°37'13"W
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Passeio ao zoológico!
Passeio ao zoológico!
  • Author: joaocarlosdamasceno Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-11 09:51:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°39'2"S - 46°37'13"W
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Oncidium Orchids (a rich cocoa scent) at home.
Oncidium Orchids (a rich cocoa scent) at home.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-09-19 12:04:37
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'20"S - 46°33'58"W
  • Oncidiums are popular indoor for a very good reason, their large sprays of flowers often sag with dozens of blooms. They have been freely hybridized. There are actually several hundred recognized oncidium species, but the naming is not stable, so there is considerable flux as experts reclassify plants. The most common oncidium grow well under normal indoor conditions. They have large pseudobulbs (a bulbous thickened area of the stem) that come up from a mass of thin white roots. The large leaves can get up to 2 feet long and emerge from the pseudobulbs. The oncidium flowers in fall. Blooming: Oncidiums are magnificent in bloom. A large, well-grown plant might yield six or seven-branched sprays of yellow flowers. The effect is very much like a cloud of buttery butterflies. The most popular species include O. leucochilum, O. longipes, O. sarcodes, O. pulchellum, as well as many hybrids. Although oncidiums are known for their yellow flowers, other varieties are available. The O. Sharry Baby is sometimes called the chocolate orchid for its sprays of brownish flowers with a rich cocoa scent.
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Madagascar Widow's-thrill at home.
Madagascar Widow's-thrill at home.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-09-19 11:53:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'19"S - 46°33'59"W
  • The succulent Kalanchoe species, popularly known as flower-of-fortune (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana), is super easy to care for. This is because it is resistant to climatic variations, does not need constant irrigation and has excellent adaptation to indoor and outdoor environments. In addition, in the same species there are variations such as the cat's ear (Kalanchoe tomentosa), the mother of thousands (Kalanchoe laetivirens), among others.
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Oncidium Orchids (a rich cocoa scent) at home.
Oncidium Orchids (a rich cocoa scent) at home.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-09-19 11:43:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'19"S - 46°33'59"W
  • 'The Chocolate Valentine' Orchid. Oncidium Sharry Baby 'Sweet Scent'. 'Chocolat de Valentin' - Heavy Chocolate Fragrance. This is one of our most popular orchids with exquisite heavy natural chocolate fragrance. The flowers and fragrance last about four to six weeks. Bears long sprays of very fragrant red flowers. Very floriferous and easy to grow. (Picture shown is with a white lip on the blooms. This plant is entirely Burgundy in color.)
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Pink Miniature Phalaenopsis Orchids at home.
Pink Miniature Phalaenopsis Orchids at home.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-09-19 11:48:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'19"S - 46°33'59"W
  • These charming orchid varieties are the perfect size for a table, shelf, or counter. Very easy to care for and flowering can last for weeks. When the blooming period ends the foliage still makes an attractive houseplant. They are simple to maintain even by those with very little experience caring for houseplants.
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Hippeastrum 'Apple Blossom' at home.
Hippeastrum 'Apple Blossom' at home.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-09-18 09:41:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'19"S - 46°33'58"W
  • Hippeastrum, or amaryllis, are most commonly grown as flowering houseplants. The bulbous plants hail from South Africa, and bear four to six large flowers on a tall, light green hollow stem. It’s easy to force amaryllis bulbs to flower indoors, and once they’ve finished flowering they can be stored and encouraged to flower the following year. Hippeastrum ‘Apple Blossom’ bears attractive white-green flowers tinged with pink. For best results, grow at room temperature, around 20°C in a well-lit room, in the sunniest position you can give it. Water sparingly at first, increasing the amount as the flower stems develop. *** A trick: when amaryllis opens its flowers, you can cut the immature pollen, that is, before it starts to turn yellow. Just go there on the antennae of the flower core and, with scissors, cut them. There are three good reasons for you to do this: 1 - pollen stains clothing; 2 - it decreases the duration of the flowers; 3 - pollen is toxic, if ingested, mainly, by pets. I do not follow these suggestions. I like bees, hummingbirds and other insects visiting them. 1 - I don't care about stains on clothes; 2 - Death is natural, it will die anyway; 3 - I don't have pets.
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Our Glorious and Proud Sibipiruna, São Caetano do Sul, São Paulo, Brasil.
Our Glorious and Proud Sibipiruna, São Caetano do Sul, São Paulo, Brasil.
  • Author: ER's Eyes - Our planet is beautiful. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-09-17 09:58:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 23°38'19"S - 46°33'59"W
  • The sibipiruna, also known as sebipira, is a large tree, native to Brazil, perennial, reaching up to 28 meters in height with up to 6 meters in diameter with rounded crown and very showy. It is called SIBIPIRUNA, also called SEBIPIRA. (Caesalpinia pluviosa var. Peltophoroides - Caesalpinioideae), The generic name honors the botanist, physician and philosopher Andrea Cesalpino (1519-1603). 34ºC today. Hot as hell. We need to protect our trees.
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