Sunday, August 14, 2011

Chinese Lantern

             I can't wait this flower to change it's color. It will become orange color and the texture is like
                                                a paper and it stays long to wither.

                                          Here are some facts of this plant WIKIPEDIA

                                                 MACRO MONDAY and GREEN MONDAY
                                                              I HEART MACRO




24 comments:

Jidhu Jose said...

nice greeny

Tammy said...

I can't wait to see them when they get their color!

Leora said...

I have fond memories of seeing this plant in the fall. It's lovely in green, too.

Bernie said...

I've only ever seen photos of this plant but I have seen just how gorgeous the bloom is. Great close-ups of the bud.

Teresa said...

What fascinating flowers~great pictures.

Jama said...

Great macro! can't wait to see it fully bloomed.

Karen said...

Such a beautiful vibrant green! Excellent shots Kim!

Victoria said...

I used to have these in my garden. They wanted to grow everywhere so I finally got rid of them. Now I wish I had them back... They are lovely when they change color but they are also beautiful when green as you've shown us!

Linda Makiej said...

Beautiful macro shots here!!! :)

Vernz@ Green Home Elements said...

Hi manang Kim, wow these are pretty pictures... ahh so they're called chinese lantern plants.. cool :)

Wena said...

hi Kim! nice shot, thanks for sharing some facts about that plant, I just learned that it has medicinal properties.

happy GM!

Kala said...

Wonderful details and light. They do look like lanterns!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

I don't think I've ever seen these before. I like the 'fuzzy' details.

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LauraX said...

lovely photos kim!

Bom said...

Nice Kim! I can't wait for you to share the macros of the orange bloom. I can just imagine the transition from green.

bobbybegood1 said...

It's amazing how great minds think alike. I am so facinated by plants. Being born under an earth sign - just my nature. I want to buy some palms, begonias, succulents, and lilys-of-the-valley. This plant is beautiful, indeed. Cheers!!

Art said...

Beautiful shots!

Mama Zen said...

How interesting!

Laurie said...

Wow...can't wait to see it orange and beautiful. What an exquisite shot.

Mel Alarilla said...

The photography is so good and the color is so sharp. Thanks for sharing your photographs with us. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

My garden haven said...

It would be wonderful to see the green lantern transform to a red one. Will it pop?
Rosie

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Judy said...

I had some of these in my garden, but they spread about as fast as mint...

melandria said...

what a beautiful picture to behold. thanks for joining :)

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