Floral Friday Fotos

Aphelandra sinclairiana

is a plant species common called “Coral Aphelandra,” “orange shrimp plant” or “Panama Queen.”  It displays flowers in late winter with violently coloured orange bracts and rosy pink flowers. A tall, rangy evergreen tropical shrub from Central America, it is tender to chilly temperatures, readily shedding leaves in cold or droughts. This example was photographed in the Glasshouse at RHS Wisley, Surrey.

Aphelandra-sinclairiana
Aphelandra-sinclairiana

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