Small white flowers with yellow Center

These little white flowers were found at the Belle Isle Conservatory, and I failed to locate their name. My first reaction was to just snap some pictures, and then look for the tag afterward. However, the thought quickly disappeared!
I like the mix of green and white petals on this branch. For me, it is easy to spend time looking for the right angle and lighting before I take the picture, but when I'm with the kids, that was not possible.

Yellow Center In White Flowers

I have returned to the Belle Isle Conservatory a few times, but these little beautiful white flowers were nowhere to be found, as the Conservatory constantly replaced their collection as season changed.

World's largest bromeliad- Queen of the Andes

2006-07-12 15:13:26 by isinbloom

At the SF Botanical Garden. If you visit the plant, you can find it opposite the bottom of the Succulent Garden, see the library receptionist for a map.
The species Puya raimondii (pronounced Poo-ya ray-mun-d-i), sometimes known as "Queen of the Andes" is the largest species of bromeliad in the world.
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In the wild plants reach up to 9 feet tall in leaf, and produce flower spikes of up to 27 - 30 feet tall.
It has been estimated that each plant takes between 80 -150 years to flower in wild populations


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