Some time ago I shared few captures of Red Anthurium flowers.But,today I want to share some more captures of this beautiful flower.These are captured from Sri Lanka and these bright red flowers are beauty enough to make the day.
Do you like these beautiful Red Anthurium flowers from Sri Lanka?
That’s a really unusual and lovely flower you captured.
Yes,actually the shapes are unusual
I’ve only ever seen these as house plants. They must be stunning in the wild. Simply beautiful photos.
Yes,these are house plants.But with a proper shade,these can grow under a tree etc.These captures are from a typical home garden,Sri Lanka
Beautiful flowers, so bright and colorful!!
Beautiful captures 🙂
Beautiful flowers. I have seen them in New Zealand before, I didn’t know they were from Sri Lanka.
Actually these are not native flowers for Sri Lanka.But,these are popular among Sri Lankans as a garden plant and even export flowers to other countries.
They are very unique, yet beautiful!
Yes,These are popular for decorations in Sri Lanka
They are beautiful and always vibrant.
Yes,seems you like Anthuriums…
A pretty flower, and my favourite colour!
Yes,these are pretty.Thanks for the comment.
Very lovely indeed. Love the Red, it is so powerful.
Thanks for sharing.
Yes,these are lovely flowers…
I have one of those. Though not growing wild, since I’m in Canada.
Yes,these plants need some specific climate conditions…
So bright and cheerful! Lovely.
My children think the flowers look like they have long noses.
Awww so cute how your kids think.Yes they look like long noses.Thanks for the comment…
Yes, I like them. They are very pretty. Is the thingy in the middle used for any purpose? Would also like to know if they grow in the winter too?
These are stunning, I love that red/pinky shade! – Tasha
These flowers also found in other colors such as pink,white and orange.
They are very bright and cheerful!
These flowers are so pretty. I like the color of them. As for me I do not think I have ever seen them before.Thank you for Co/Hosting #OMHGWW with us.
So exotic and prehistoric, theses are truly beautiful flowers.