Red And Yellow Flower

No idea what this plant is called, but it’s flower is just awesome, red and yellow.

I was on my way out this morning and spotted it near the swimming pool.

Enjoy 🙂

 

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Taken in Thailand (c) Don Charisma



66 thoughts on “Red And Yellow Flower

  1. Hi Don, Don’t think that it’s a Strelitzia (bird of paradise plant). Since it’s in the tropics, I think it’s a Heleconia, which is pollinated by hummingbirds. Great picture, thanks.

  2. Hmm, if you look at photos of Bird of Paradise (strelitzia), they’re not quite the same. Look what you’ve started with your pretty photo!

      1. Awesome!!!! Don, You must be really kidding now; I am just reblogging / reposting posts I like – copy/paste – nothing is mine. Any one can do it Don. You know it better. Nevertheless, I am doing it happily.

        🙂

        Regards

      2. It’s means a lot to me dude … I have a couple of people that often reblog and means I remember you guys. So heart-felt thanks and appreciation dude 😀

      3. Extremely unusual, Don sounds quite relaxed and spares time for one of 100s of his followers. Honoured Don and Thanks. 🙂

        Regards
        Babu, Suresh

      4. LOL, just totally behind on everything dude, but don’t worry I’ll catch up sooner or later … me time was needed !

        And you are definitely most welcome 😀

        D

      5. # So heart-felt thanks and appreciation dude
        # but don’t worry I’ll catch up sooner or later

        Honour is mine. Thanks to you too, Don.

        Entire exercise and experience are quite new to me and feeling much happier. Please carry on.

        Regards
        Babu, Suresh

  3. Hmm, that looks somewhat like some of the ginger blossoms here in tropical Queensland. Let’s see if you have some horticultural expert reading your blog.

      1. OK, I showed your photo to a friend who is a horticulturalist (gee, that’s hard to type!). He said “Definitely a heliconia”.

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