Dec 26, 2013
Dec 25, 2013
Two regional delicata varieties got together to make this beauty.
Two regional varieties and very special ones.
New looks appear from new tries, new escapades from the common already seen.
The new looks are all outrageous, all resulting from a daring attitude...an escape from the obvious.
Posted by Constantino at 10:14 AM
Dec 24, 2013
It is absolutely uncommon so many ramifications in a delicata flower stalk.
We can easely see one branch, two or even three but this ....
In fact thisis a complete flower stalk and delicatas as many other Dyckia won´t show it unless very well fed and kept. We do not see this in nature just cause in there they suffering.
Science just observe (when they do) a few plants once and come to the conclusion too early, too soon....
...and we all are made to believe....
Here we see the plant an old one with two heads.
Each head presents a flower stalk in different stage. Look.
Posted by Constantino at 12:46 PM
Dec 23, 2013
Notice all the details here.
I live in Brazil and surrounded by natural beauties.
I´ve seen most of the known species in nature.
I travelled far and seen never once seen ones.
Plants and animals we can make them better no doubt.
There is a recipe to every species, we just found this out.
We also found out we can make time go back or go ahead making our combinations, trying new recipes.
Knowledge, Light and Wisdom these are the best we can perform.
Let us get free from the time liaisons.
Let's free ourselves from the shackles of time and bring the future from the lost eternity to now and build a better world.
Let us free ourselves of concepts, precepts and be free, free from ugly, hunger, disease. Free! Freedom is the most essential of the most precious stocks of goods.
Dare, flee, fly high.... Dream.
Without dreams we shall never get far...
Posted by Constantino at 10:30 AM
Dec 21, 2013
Dec 17, 2013
Dec 14, 2013
I understand this is bond to be beautiful and of course, new.
The spines seems to be growing as new leaves are showing.
The plant got its own quarters today and it is about to show its potential.
I think this plant is going to be colorful. Let us give it time to show it off.
I have fresh collected D. ferruginea seeds, and yes: self and secluded pollinated.
Posted by Constantino at 9:34 AM