|An Unknown Hoya that flowered in my collection a couple of months back.|
I took the photo shortly after watering the plants in the shade house
who wants to hear my exam schedule?..... well too bad you're going to hear... well read i guess... it anyway.
Thursday 13th Study of Religion 1 hour exam
Friday 14th English 2.5 hour time period in which to do 3-5 minute Oral
Monday 17th Mathematics B 3 hour exam (FML)
Tuesday 18th Biology 2 hour exam
Tolumnia (Irene Gleason x Spanish Beauty)
x Susan Perriera 'Pepper'
Wednesday 19th WOOHOO NO EXAMS THIS DAY!
Thursday 20th Geography 3 hour exam
Friday 21st Chemistry 3 hour exam
so, thats my timetable for the next week....
i'm a bit worried about Study Of Religion tomorrow, but it shouldn't be too bad
English i just have to finish memorising my speach,
then this weekend i'm going to be studying like mad for my maths
in Biology i'm pretty confident, we've been studying the systems within the human body, i.e. respiratory system, cardiovascular.
Geography should be good fun, for some reason i find it very easy to remember the stuff for it, plus my teacher gave me a very thorough revision sheet which helps
and with chemistry, surprisingly, i'm not terrified, I don't think i'll go too badly YAY
on with the plants :)
I mentioned in one of my recent posts about getting 2 soft cane dendrobiums from a cafe, and i believe i also mentioned that the second one was flowering too, but i don't believe i included photos, so here they are
this is a photo of my Arpophyllum giganteum which is flowering again, i do love these flowers, i'm definitely going to try and get some decent shots of the flowers with the proper camera because i don't seem to have any that i've taken of my plant, but this fuzzy picture at least gives you an idea. i really am fascinated by it, and i'm definitely going to have to get some more in the future, there is a very close relative, A. spicatum, that i'd like to get as well and it would be interesting to be able to see the differences between them close at hand.
a) its a really cool photo
b) i have a kookaburra that every morning, without fail, when i look out the window there he is sitting on the end of my largest shade house. so just something interesting
don't forget, to see larger versions of the images, just click on them
May your plants continue to blossom and grow... and remember, the only stupid question is the one that isn't asked.