Julián Škerlík

Julián Škerlík

Julián Škerlík
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A True Bird of Paradise Flower

A True Bird of Paradise Flower ! Flower Bird of Paradise Is Your eyes saw such beauty !

YES this is a real flower: Hot lips ....Psychotria Elata Affectionately known as Hooker’s lips, Psychotria elata with it’s colorful red flow...

I WANT! 'Psychotria Elata' - Affectionately known as "Hot Lips Plant" and "Hooker’s Lips", with it’s colorful red flowers, attracts many pollinators including butterflies and hummingbirds. Also known in some circles as "Mick Jagger’s Lips".

Kangaroo Paw flower

Kangaroo Paw flower -- This is a winner. This is a winner. This is a winner.

Rare Afgeki Flower

Spikes - Rare Afgekia sericea, Legume-This climber grows well in Hortpark ,Singapore

Mysteries And Wonders of People, World and Nature: Weird Beauty Tacca chantrierei Black Bat Flower, Cat's whiskers or Devil flower

Bat Orchid (Devil Flower) - Tacca chantrieri - This unusual member of the family Dioscoreaceae (yams) has black flowers. It grows wild in Yunnan Province, China, where they may reach cm) in height.

Nepenthes, aka tropical pitcher plants or monkey cups (carnivorous plant)

King protea, Protea cynaroides, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town, South Africa

The official flower of South Africa: King protea, Protea cynaroides, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town, South Africa

Stunning Lobster Claw Heliconia...

Stunning Lobster Claw Heliconia…grows in many gardens, all over in Bali

Sea Poison Tree - Zanzibar to Taiwan, Phillipines, Fiji

Sea Poison Tree is a unique flowering plant endemic to mangrove habitats on the tropical coasts and islands of the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean. It can be found from Zanzibar east to Taiwan, Philippines, Fiji and New Caledonia.

Beehive ginger (Zingiber spectablis) produces inflorescence (flower bracts) shaped like a beehive

beehive ginger (Zingiber spectablis) produces inflorescence (flower bracts) shaped like a beehive. Bracts turn from green to yellow to bright red. Don't tolerate frost but thrive in warm humid climates. It smells like ginger.