A while ago I did a photo post about the wild carnivorous plants in our garden so I thought I would share a photo of the tiny flower that the Sundews produce near the end of their season.
Although each plant produces a spray of these flowers at the top of their stem they usually only show one or two at a time. They start off pink and fade rapidly to white.
I am also using this post to try to make you arachnophobes feel better about the other post I am doing today, sorry to all of you 😀
Thank you 😀
Hoe foetus. Love it.
Omg. That’s auto correct for when you don’t look. How gorgeous!!!
I read that comment on my email and had to race over here to see what you meant! It is still making me chuckle so thanks for that…. hoe foetus… *giggles*
P.S. glad you liked the pic too 🙂
It’s one way to get someone’s attention though…
I was half awake and still in my pj’s, it certainly made me open my eyes properly!
I’m laughing at hoe foetus too! You’ve made my day. 😀
😀 You know, the first thing I thought was that I had finished the post quite late at night and was sure it made sense. I suddenly thought that maybe I was totally wrong and hoe foetus was an appropriate response!!
lmao – it’s definitely gone into my lexicon of fun phrases!
“That is totally hoe foetus.” 🙂
I knew you’d agree. 😀
I am so excited to see a flower of a sundew! I’ve always wondered what they look like and haven’t been able to find many photos of them. It’s beautiful!
So glad you liked it! They are small and unassuming flowers just blending in with the grasses so I can imagine that not many people bother to take pictures of them, especially when they are attached to such amazing plants anyway. 🙂