May 27, 2010
This is a wide mouthed shallow basin and it is about time to remove half its
residents as all are still growing.
The different colors and textures catches the eyes, no doubt.
The tall red plant behind is an Orthophytum.
The red plant on the right is an American hybrid Dyckia Red Devil.
The rock in the center below is a piece of petrified wood found in a creek bed here in Joinville.
Posted by Constantino at 12:49 AM