Saturday, 30 May 2015


Doesn't these flowers remind you of two dancing girls? Indeed, they are so called. The scientific name is Impatiens Bequaetii.
Impatiens bequaertii is a rare species from the rainforests of east Africa. This petite plant only grows about a foot across and the blooms are barely 1/2" long, but their enchanting shape makes up for it! The petals resemble a little girl in a skirt with outstretched arms. These white or light-pink blossoms appear year-round and the foliage is attractive too. LINK

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