I found this Aristolochia species growing on and island off the Pacific Coast of Panama. I couldn’t find a flower. I’d be interested in knowing the species if anyone has […]
See previous post for more on this species.
Other Synonyms: Canarium saphu Pachylobus edulis Pachylobus saphu
The prostrate, much-branched Ipomoea aquatica is a plant associated with wetlands, as the latin species name would indicate. The dirty green stems are hollow and fleshy with white sap, growing […]
M. flexuosa is a South American palm, occurring naturally across a large area of the northern regions, east of the Andes Mountains, including all of Amazonia except its most eastern […]
Here’s a link to a post with more information and photos on Datura metel. And see article below photo. The Genus Datura: From Research Subject to Powerful Hallucinogen By Kirsten […]
Photo of new Pilinut leaves unfolding.
Turks & Caicos native orchid, incredibly fragrant flowers on a chest-high spike, can be found growing on the edge of the beach in sand and limestone. The photo that I […]
I’m pretty sure these are P. quinata trees, the photo was taken on a beach off the Caribbean coast of Panama. This is a fairly common tree in the area, […]
I’m curious to know what kind of orchid this is. I have it growing in a nursery where it blooms regularly.