Se encuentra en la selva tropical del sur de Tailandia y Malasia peninsular.🌱
Las flores rojas suelen tener un diámetro de 50–90 cm y huelen terriblemente a carne podrida 🤢para atraer a las moscas para la polinización.✨
Dato chilo: Este Pokémon Vileplume fue inspirado en esta planta🌱
It is found in the rainforest of southern Thailand and peninsular Malaysia.
The red flowers typically have a diameter of 50–90 cm and smell awfully of rotten meat 🤢to attract flies for pollination. ✨
Fun fact: This pokemon Vileplume was inspired by this plant🌱
I almost forgot! Happy #wildflowerwednesday ! While it may not be showing it's flowering bits at the moment, this aster know as āhinahina to the Hawaiian people ('very grey'), still looks extraordinary growing at the summit of Haleakala on Maui. Also known as Haleakala silversword, or Agryroxiphium sandwicense subsp. macrocephalum, this rare species enjoys ocean views from 6,900 feet and up on the dormant volcano.
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La Passiflora un bellissimo e particolare fiore che nasconde molteplici benefici, in questo articolo descriviamo le sue proprietà rilassanti per i nostri animali domestici. 👉 Visita il nostro sito per saperne di più.
Here is the creepiest all-white plant you've probably never heard of. It lives around Multnomah Falls and other areas that are damp and dark year round. Feeling like a kid late to school, I seemed to be one photographer who missed the yellow foliage for the photo ops a couple weeks ago (oops), however it was fun kicking those leaves around on the ground as there are no adults telling me not to (grown up kid here). Also, you may notice a brand new set of bright pink shipping containers going around on trains. Their ONE acronym stands for Ocean Network Express. Never before have I seen such clean shiny containers lacking graffiti, though I'm sure the pink palette will soon be taken advantage of. I kinda dig the company, they are already winning awards and have only been around since 2018. I never thought I'd be digging a shipping container company, but I can't wait to see one of their big bright pink bulk carriers come up the Columbia River (yep, those are pink too!!) Way to add fun to life, ONE! #ships#trains#waterfall#flowers#botany#oregon#pnw#outdoors#creepy#explore#portland#boats#global#commerce#ocean#industrial
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Let’s take a look at #plantcells 🌱
These cells are going through the process of #Mitosis or cell division. Cell division is absolutely necessary for growth 🌿 which means it must happen correctly. These cells in particular are plant cells. They hold a rectangular body shape unlike Animal cells. Plant cells have a body shape due to the Cell Wall for support and strength. These cells allow for vacuoles to take in water like a motherf****r without popping. It also allows plants stems to maintain a woody wall for protection as most of these rectangular cells die leaving a empty hard rectangle for support. Like bricks.
Mitosis is an asexual reproduction of cells and does not enact sexual reproduction. That’s Meiosis.
In these photos you see individual cells at all different stages of cell division! Some cells are in anaphase where the chromosomes in each cell begin to pull apart to create a new cell wall(plants) or cleavage furrow(animals). Some are just starting Mitosis, as their nuclei have not disintegrated and chromosomes are still tightly coiled showing dark round perfect spots inside each cell. If any of these cells do not maintain proper inspection during their checkpoints, Cell Apotosis is triggered. It’s a completely healthy thing and is actually programmed cell death ⚰️ making way for newer/ or unmutated cells. This helps get rid of problems before they even progress keeping organisms healthy. You can see some of these cells aren’t doing a damn thing but hanging out 😂👌🏼 and those cells are hanging out in Interphase; a phase were the cell isn’t dividing just chilling and providing its physiological purpose like energy, making ribosomes and keeping waste out of the cell.
Lewisia Cotyledon is a stunning species of flowering plant in the Montiaceae family known by the common name of Cliff Maids! The species is native to southern Oregon and northern California, where it's found growing on exposed cliff faces in rocky, subalpine, mountainous habitats! Lewisia are evergreen perennial succulent plants which grow from a thick taproot into a basal rosette featuring many thick, fleshy, oval or spoon-shaped leaves up to 4 inches (9 CM) long. These thick taproots are edible and the peeled, boiled root may be eaten! This stunning species takes a spectacular turn for nearly half the year, flowering throughout the entirety of the spring and summer months and often well into fall with breathtaking displays of color! The many inflorescences arise on one or more stems at a time, each growing up to a foot (30 CM) tall and bearing an array of up to 50 flowers at any given time! The petals of these stunning plants may be pale pink with darker veining, whitish with pinkish orange striping, or solid orange to yellow in color depending on the subspecies. Lewisia Cotyledon can be grown outdoors year round in USDA plant hardiness zones 3A-8B, surviving well into the mid -40's overwinter, but easily suffering in too much intense heat come summer. Watch for slug and snail damage and avoid overwatering as this can promote rot. Provided you don’t give your Lewisia too much water, it doesn’t freeze too deeply in winter, and it doesn't sit in too much intense, direct, summer heat, this garden gem will be with you for a long time and will provide stunning color to your spring and summer gardens for years to come !
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You know you're in Cordillera when you see this deciduous and showy pink tubular flowers. One of my favorite bloom, the wild Azalea of Philippine Cordillera aka Rhododendron subsessile.
Endemic to Philippines, common in the pine region and below the mossy forest, rare in the mossy forest(but can be seen thriving in Mt. Pulag), again on exposed grass-covered slopes above mossy forest, often in clumps and masses at 1300-2400masl.
Caesalpinia pelcherrima or Pride of Barbados is a member of Fabaceae widely used for ornamental planting. Its flowers range from yellow to red, and blooms profusely with large clusters. The pinnate leaves are attractive even when not in bloom.
Corteccia arcobaleno 🌈
L'eucalipto arcobaleno (Eucalyptus deglupta) cambia la sua corteccia più volte all'anno. Questo albero può raggiungere i 60 metri di altezza, è nativo delle umide foreste di Filippine, Nuova Guinea e Indonesia e solo in seguito è stato trapiantato altrove, come alle Hawaii o in California. Nasce con una corteccia verde che durante la crescita cambia colore diventando blu, viola, arancione, marrone. Nella stagione delle piogge☔⛈️🌧️, la corteccia vecchia si stacca e mostra i colori sottostanti. È questa continua alternanza che dà origine a un tronco multicolore unico e sorprendente.
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