Welcome to the first edition of our PETALS community report it has been a very gratifying few days because it has had a great acceptance and that is always appreciated, before publishing we recommend that you read the community rules and comply with the requirements mentioned below so that your publication can be selected by the curatorship team:
- The publication must have at least three photographs.
- You must write a minimum of 300 words in your publication.
- Add truthful information about the specimen they are showing.
- Mention where and when you took the photographs.
- The publication must be posted within the petals community.
|@andrearojas55||Crown of Christ|
Hace días atrás había ido con mi mamá a una escuela que queda en la urbanización donde vivo, que, por ende, mi mamá trabaja allí y fuimos a llevarle comida a panchita que es la gatica de la escuela. Ella es obrera, sin embargo, mantiene muy cuidadas el jardín de la entrada de la escuela.
|@mballesteros||Flowers of the city - Zephyranthes Lily and African Tulip|
In a few days, the flowers of the dead will be the ones that adorn the main streets, but for now, we can observe wildflowers of equal beauty to those that adorn the most beautiful gardens. This species of Tulips are very beautiful, they are in the tops of some trees in the city, they can be seen everywhere, besides providing shade they also adorn the roads and avenues.
Hello dear and appreciated readers, mainly to those plant and nature lovers and flower lovers, welcome back to my blog. Today I want to talk about the properties of a plant with a beautiful flower, or rather a perennial herb, with a woody base, used medicinally since ancient times, Tridax procumbens L.