09 October 2010


I posted about the purple Tacca integrifolia (common name: White Bat Lily) before. This is the real deal in this photo. It just flowered recently. Isn't it pretty?

Then there is this familiar shade loving plant Phyllagathis rotundifolia (Family: Melastomatacea) that we saw during the Malaysia trip. Under optimal shade conditions, the leaves are really glossy green with beautiful clear veins. The pink flowers may be small but they are outstanding and striking against the green leaves.

The last photo shows the flowers of the variegated Clerodendrum macrosiphon (common name: Musical Notes, Do-Re-Mi Plant) that I posted recently too. In this photo, the musical notes are hanging in the air.