Sunday, 17 April 2022

Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19

You may read the previous post (Part 1):

- The Rainbow Before Evening : Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 1 – Nature 19



Fig 01- The tree is ready to grow either in the ground or bigger pot.

This plant is native of:

- Australia
- Papua New Guinea
- and Indonesia

Originally, the tree can reach the height higher than my one story of house height, but the trees from nurseries are cultivated to be shorter and dwarf.

So, we can plant them in a pot.



Fig 02- Xanthostemon vertilicus, the flower is white
(credit to Australian National Botanic Gardens)

This tree has other beautiful name, “Golden Penda”, and some of local people call it “Bunga Jambu Kuning” or “Junjum”.



Fig 03- Xanthostemon auranticus, yellow threats with reddish petals
(credit to Flower Database)

Even the name spell in different words, but the meaning still refers to its botanical name (from Greek): Xanthostemon chrysanthus



Fig 04- Leaves and a fruit.

The meaning of name is following:

- Xantho means yellow
- stemon means stamen or treats;
- chryso mean gold;
- anthos mean flower

I am thinking to plant this tree in my back yard.

Perhaps (expected), many animals or insects will enjoy to come over. They are such as:

- birds
- bees, bugs and butterflies

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28 comments:

  1. Harás muy bien en plantarlo.

    Saludos.

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    1. Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      You may read the previous post (Part 1):
      - The Rainbow Before Evening : Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 1 – Nature 19

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  2. Mais uma excelente informação aqui nos presenteias.
    Sempre muito úteis as tuas dicas.

    Votos de uma excelente semana, minha amiga.
    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 01- The tree is ready to grow either in the ground or bigger pot.

      This plant is native of:
      - Australia
      - Papua New Guinea
      - and Indonesia

      Originally, the tree can reach the height higher than my one story of house height, but the trees from nurseries are cultivated to be shorter and dwarf.

      So, we can plant them in a pot.

      Delete
  3. Nice plants and flowers.
    Have a wonderful week, my dear friend.
    Kisses.

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    1. Indeed...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 02- Xanthostemon vertilicus, the flower is white
      (credit to Australian National Botanic Gardens)

      This tree has other beautiful name, “Golden Penda”, and some of local people call it “Bunga Jambu Kuning” or “Junjum”.

      Delete
  4. so cute Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 03- Xanthostemon auranticus, yellow threats with reddish petals (credit to Flower Database)

      Even the name spell in different words, but the meaning still refers to its botanical name (from Greek): Xanthostemon chrysanthus.

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  5. Beautiful plants and flowers. Have a great day and a happy new week!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 04- Leaves and a fruit.

      The meaning of name is following:
      - Xantho means yellow
      - stemon means stamen or treats;
      - chryso mean gold;
      - anthos mean flower

      I am thinking to plant this tree in my back yard.

      Perhaps (expected), many animals or insects will enjoy to come over. They are such as:
      - birds
      - bees, bugs and butterflies

      # Previous postings:
      - Snow Storm in Our City Baton Rouge – Nature 2
      - Snowy Owl Re-Appearing after Hiding for 130 years – Nature 3
      - Paris in the Eyes of Vincent Van Gogh - Art 1

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  6. Que lindas plantas de belíssimas flores, amei!
    Tenha uma feliz semana.

    Beijinhos

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      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19

      You may read the previous post (Part 1):
      - The Rainbow Before Evening : Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 1 – Nature 19

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  7. Bonita esa planta y ese amarillo que nos da alegría .Un besote grande .

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  8. Boas fotos, lindas plantas! Gostei do post. Meu abraço, boa semana.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 01- The tree is ready to grow either in the ground or bigger pot.

      This plant is native of:
      - Australia
      - Papua New Guinea
      - and Indonesia

      Originally, the tree can reach the height higher than my one story of house height, but the trees from nurseries are cultivated to be shorter and dwarf.

      So, we can plant them in a pot.

      Delete
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    1. Thanks-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19

      You may read the previous post (Part 1):
      - The Rainbow Before Evening : Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 1 – Nature 19

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  10. Hello,:=) What attractive flowers. I like them very much.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 02- Xanthostemon vertilicus, the flower is white
      (credit to Australian National Botanic Gardens)

      This tree has other beautiful name, “Golden Penda”, and some of local people call it “Bunga Jambu Kuning” or “Junjum”.

      Delete
  11. wow so beautiful
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 03- Xanthostemon auranticus, yellow threats with reddish petals (credit to Flower Database)

      Even the name spell in different words, but the meaning still refers to its botanical name (from Greek): Xanthostemon chrysanthus.

      Delete
  12. Un bonito árbol y hermosas fotos. Abrazos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 04- Leaves and a fruit.

      The meaning of name is following:
      - Xantho means yellow
      - stemon means stamen or treats;
      - chryso mean gold;
      - anthos mean flower

      I am thinking to plant this tree in my back yard.

      Perhaps (expected), many animals or insects will enjoy to come over. They are such as:
      - birds
      - bees, bugs and butterflies

      # Previous postings:
      - Snow Storm in Our City Baton Rouge – Nature 2
      - Snowy Owl Re-Appearing after Hiding for 130 years – Nature 3
      - Paris in the Eyes of Vincent Van Gogh - Art 1

      Delete
  13. love Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19

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    1. Thanks-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19

      You may read the previous post (Part 1):
      - The Rainbow Before Evening : Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 1 – Nature 19

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Attractive Yellow Flowers at the Corner – Part 2 – Nature 19
      -
      Fig 01- The tree is ready to grow either in the ground or bigger pot.

      This plant is native of:
      - Australia
      - Papua New Guinea
      - and Indonesia

      Originally, the tree can reach the height higher than my one story of house height, but the trees from nurseries are cultivated to be shorter and dwarf.

      So, we can plant them in a pot.

      Delete

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