Plants Photo Gallery (O-Z)

Alphabetized by Botanical Name, starting from O to Z

Presenting another way of accessing our tropical plant database with ease, by way of digital photo thumbnails.

Moving the mouse over the image thumbnails will display both the botanical and common names of plants, whilst clicking on the desired plant’s thumbnail will lead you to its profile, growing instructions, and more pictures and links to their larger versions. Enjoy!

New plant images will be added from time to time, so do pop in often!

Last edited: 19 January, 2018
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Plants Photo Gallery (E-N)

Alphabetized by Botanical Name, starting from E to N

Presenting another way of accessing our tropical plant database with ease, by way of digital photo thumbnails.

Moving the mouse over the image thumbnails will display both the botanical and common names of plants, whilst clicking on the desired plant’s thumbnail will lead you to its profile, growing instructions, and more pictures and links to their larger versions. Enjoy!

New plant images will be added from time to time, so do pop in often!

Last edited: February 19, 2018
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Plants Photo Gallery (A-D)

Alphabetized by Botanical Name, starting from A to D

Presenting another way of accessing our tropical plant database with ease, by way of digital photo thumbnails.

Moving the mouse over the image thumbnails will display both the botanical and common names of plants, whilst clicking on the desired plant’s thumbnail will lead you to its profile, growing instructions, and more pictures and links to their larger versions. Enjoy!

New plant images will be added from time to time, so do pop in often!

Last edited: 7 February, 2018
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An unusual flowering of Spathiphyllum spp. ‘Wallisi’

Spathiphyllum spp. 'Wallisii' (Peace Lily) Wow! What a wonder! Unique, interesting and captivating! :)

Unbelievable, but we’re seeing this remarkable phenomenon again. I can’t confirm whether it is from the same Spathiphyllum spp. ‘Wallisi’ plant that produced a similar flower previously in September 2006, but definitely from one of many plants, housed in the same pot.

An inflorescence with 2 lovely white spathes (bracts), the usual large form and the other, stunted. The creamy white spadix on the other hand is also stunted and subtended by the tiny spathe, as well as growing unusually away from the large spathe. How marvelous is the beauty of nature and God’s awesomeness!

Last edit: May 30, 2016

Impressive inflorescence of Guzmania lingulata var. minor

Guzmania lingulata var. minor (Orange/Scarlet Star)

Guzmania lingulata var. minor This image was captured in December, 2005 showcasing the impressive blooms of Guzmania lingulata var. minor, grown in our garden border. I just love seeing their strikingly beautiful orange-scarlet bracts sitting atop their rosette of fresh-green leaves.

We started with a pot of three young plants, presented to us by John’s god-daughter in February 2005.
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