Daniela Milea
Mai multe idei de la Daniela
it would be nice to have some genuine state... | Royal Roaster

it would be nice to have some genuine state... | Royal Roaster

Catherine in Margarets turquoise tiara - Photoshop by Carole Harper (LovinLorne)

Catherine in Margarets turquoise tiara - Photoshop by Carole Harper (LovinLorne)

Charlotte and George (not pictured) will spend time with their nanny Maria Borrallo while mom and dad tend to royal duties.

Charlotte and George (not pictured) will spend time with their nanny Maria Borrallo while mom and dad tend to royal duties.

monadenium globosum

monadenium globosum

gymnocalycium mihanovichii Variegata

gymnocalycium mihanovichii Variegata

opuntia | Opuntia microdasys forma contorta ( syn: cristata or mostruosa)

opuntia | Opuntia microdasys forma contorta ( syn: cristata or mostruosa)

Begonia

Begonia

a green rose....

a green rose....

~~ Asiatic lily 'Queen of the Night' | Thoroughly spectacular and totally unique, Queen of Night boasts big flowers so dark they appear black in the garden. Large red-orange stamens highlight the ebony blooms nicely. Their sweet fragrance is a lovely accent to their incomparable beauty | Spalding Bulb~~

~~ Asiatic lily 'Queen of the Night' | Thoroughly spectacular and totally unique, Queen of Night boasts big flowers so dark they appear black in the garden. Large red-orange stamens highlight the ebony blooms nicely. Their sweet fragrance is a lovely accent to their incomparable beauty | Spalding Bulb~~

Kalanchoe thyrsiflora (aka "flapjack"). A native of the South African desert, Kalanchoe thyrsiflora is a succulent tropical or annual plant for Tennessee, but it can be easily grown indoors in a container. // Submitted by Dr. Susan Hamilton, Director of the UT Gardens -- for more http://agriculture.tennessee.edu/news/PlantofMonth/2011/07-POM.html#

Kalanchoe thyrsiflora (aka "flapjack"). A native of the South African desert, Kalanchoe thyrsiflora is a succulent tropical or annual plant for Tennessee, but it can be easily grown indoors in a container. // Submitted by Dr. Susan Hamilton, Director of the UT Gardens -- for more http://agriculture.tennessee.edu/news/PlantofMonth/2011/07-POM.html#