Sunday, November 10, 2019

Xanthostemon chrysanthus with atractive yellow flowers.

Xanthostemon chrysanthus with yellow flowers.

The petals are always attractive. It does not matter about their colors, petals always give a specific vibrant for all of pair of eyes.

This kind of flowers, the stamens are more attractive than the petals. The stamens from the base of petals have long extended filaments or threat and have beautiful bright anthers that boldly seduce the birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies.

When looking at the flowers, their appearances remind us to the Myrtle such as Bottle-brush. Exactly, this species is belong to Myrtle Family (Myrtaceae).

There are some other species, such as:

- Xanthostemon youngii, the flowers is red.
- Xanthostemon auranticus, yellow threats with reddish petals
- Xanthostemon vertilicus, the flower is white.


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.

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


Leaves and a fruit.

Even the name spell in different words, but the meaning still refers to its botanical name (from Greek): Xanthostemon chrysanthus.
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 birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies will enjoy to come over.

76 comments:

  1. son muy bellas y esperó que puedas plantearlas te mando un beso

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    1. Thank you JP
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      The petals are always attractive. It does not matter about their colors, petals always give a specific vibrant for all of pair of eyes.

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      Xanthostemon chrysanthus with atractive yellow flowers.
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      Xanthostemon chrysanthus with yellow flowers.

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    1. The pronounce is bunga jambu kuning :)
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      This tree has other beautiful name, “Golden Penda”, and some of local people call it “Bunga Jambu Kuning” or “Junjum”.

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    2. ok no more tongue twisted hahaha

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      Xanthostemon chrysanthus with atractive yellow flowers.
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      The petals are always attractive. It does not matter about their colors, petals always give a specific vibrant for all of pair of eyes.

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  3. How much beauty, Evi. I did not know this flower. It really excites that she has designed herself, dressed, classed like this ... Mother Nature makes art. What doubt fits.

    A big grateful hug for such beauty, Evi.

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    1. It's beautiful Carlos
      thank you Carlos. A big hug!
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      The stamens from the base of petals have long extended filaments or threat and have beautiful bright anthers that boldly seduce the birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies.

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    2. Appreciate:
      Xanthostemon chrysanthus with atractive yellow flowers.
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      This kind of flowers, the stamens are more attractive than the petals. The stamens from the base of petals have long extended filaments or threat and have beautiful bright anthers that boldly seduce the birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies.

      Delete
  4. Hi Evi this is so pretty I think it will be lovely to have in your back yard xx

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    1. I hope, it's growing nice, Sheryl. Thanks.
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      When looking at the flowers, their appearances remind us to the Myrtle such as Bottle-brush.

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    2. Appreciate:
      Xanthostemon chrysanthus with atractive yellow flowers.
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      When looking at the flowers, their appearances remind us to the Myrtle such as Bottle-brush. Exactly, this species is belong to Myrtle Family (Myrtaceae).

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

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    2. Appreciate:
      Xanthostemon chrysanthus with atractive yellow flowers.
      -
      There are some other species, such as:

      - Xanthostemon youngii, the flowers is red.
      - Xanthostemon auranticus, yellow threats with reddish petals
      - Xanthostemon vertilicus, the flower is white.

      Delete
  6. what beautiful flowers. I wish i had some in my garden

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    1. You can plant it too!
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      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.

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      Xanthostemon chrysanthus with atractive yellow flowers.
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      The tree is ready to grow either in the ground or bigger pot.

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  7. Hi, Evi! What a beautiful flower you have in your home!

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      Xanthostemon chrysanthus with atractive yellow flowers.
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      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.

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  8. Que bonita,no la conocía. Saludos amiga.

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  9. Fantastic flowers. I love your sharings about flowers and nature :)

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    1. Thank you
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      The stamens from the base of petals have long extended filaments or threat and have beautiful bright anthers that boldly seduce the birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies.

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  10. Son unas flores preciosas. No las conocía.
    Gran entrada.
    B7s

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

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  12. Una pianta che non conoscevo, i suoi fiori sono davvero straordinari, con quegli stami lunghissimi che sembrano un pizzo. Buona giornata e buona settimana:)
    sinforosa

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  13. Maravillosa flor. Me encantan las plantas ;)

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    1. Thank you
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      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. Thank you
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      The stamens from the base of petals have long extended filaments or threat and have beautiful bright anthers that boldly seduce the birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies.

      Delete
  15. Looks beautiful :)

    lovely Greetings

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  16. Wat a beauty!
    A very nice flower!

    Have a nice week, Evi!
    Hugs!

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

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  17. Very beautiful flower. I didn't know it.

    Best regards

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  18. I was unaware of the existence of this spectacular plant, although it can really become a tree or be grown in a pot.
    I really liked your ticket and I hope you plant it in your garden soon.

    Have a happy start to the week!

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  19. I may not be able to see the blossoms but your words give me all I need to know their beauty

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

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  21. Are beautiful. They would fit in the backyard.

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  22. It is so beautiful. I definitely think it is a great idea to plant it in your backyard.

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    1. Thank you
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      The stamens from the base of petals have long extended filaments or threat and have beautiful bright anthers that boldly seduce the birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies.

      Delete
  23. So pretty and peculiar flowers!
    That bright yellow looks wonderful! :D
    XO
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.com

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  24. I think that planting in the yard is a good idea
    is beautiful 😍
    best regards
    Lili

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  25. So beauty flowers, great pics

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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    1. Thank you
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      The stamens from the base of petals have long extended filaments or threat and have beautiful bright anthers that boldly seduce the birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies.

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  27. My husband is Greek. He will love your post, Evi:)

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  28. A mi particularmente me gusta mucho, aunque es un árbol poco visto por estas tierras, principalmente por el clima; creo que si lo plantas siempre te va a quedar bonito.
    Que tengas un buen día, Evi.

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

      Delete
  30. Piękny kwiat. Pozdrawiam serdecznie.

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    1. Thank you
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      When looking at the flowers, their appearances remind us to the Myrtle such as Bottle-brush. Exactly, this species is belong to Myrtle Family (Myrtaceae).

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  31. I've never seen those flowers before, they look very original.
    Hugs,
    Marisa.

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

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  32. This is awfully pretty. I bet it would definitely attract butterflies!

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  33. Never seen it before!! But that golden flower is beautiful!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  34. this is gorgeous flower Evi :)

    i enjoyed reading interesting information about it ,specially garden panda made me smile :)
    blessings!

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  35. I've seen those flowers first time. Beaytiful :-)

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    1. It's tropical flowers.
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      The stamens from the base of petals have long extended filaments or threat and have beautiful bright anthers that boldly seduce the birds, bees, bugs, and butterflies.

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  36. I like yellow flowers. Have a sunny day.

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  37. They are really beautiful and unique <3<3 Regards:**

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

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