Thursday, April 11, 2013

NUDEY BLOOMS



From a clump at the end of the street, flowers at the bach called Naked Lady by a customised su reaL atelier picture I attacked with markers. The word AROHA means LOVE in the Maori language.

NUDEY BLOOMS 

The name of this trumpet shaped flower Naked Lady (Amaryllis Belladonna) derived from a bulb, stems from their lack of leaves, and its flower meaning is 'radiating beauty.' I've found they last well as a stolen bloom, and have an incredibly lovely scent that I can't really pinpoint. Unusual girls they are. I've read that "all parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested" - so you've been warned - you'll just have to resist eating the Naked Lady.

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