Phytoporno
I hope my tumblr will inspire more people to grow plants at home and protect their habitats in the wild.

Unless otherwise noted, all plants here are grown and photographed by Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
Phytoporno
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Phalænopsis violacea f. cœrulea
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Brugmansia vulcanicola
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Dendrobium womersleyi
Living gem from Papua New Guinea. © Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Sobennikoffia humbertiana
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht Wonderful orchid endemic to dry-yet-humid evergreen and deciduous scrubland in south-west Madagascar where it grows as a lithophyte and sometimes as an epiphyte. This is the first blooming on a plant raised from seed.
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Tropæolum tricolor 
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Lachenalia violacea var. glauca
 © Jacob Uluwehi Knecht This South African bulb has a really rich coconut-oil fragrance. I love it.
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Aërangis brachycarpa Sweetly-fragrant angraecoid species from cloud-forests of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Angola, Malawi and Zambia. © Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Cribbia confusa
Floriferous, fragrant, colourful, small-flowered angraecoid species native to Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia, Cameroon and Gulf of Guinea Islands 600-2100m elevation. I have tried growing it warm, intermediate and cool and found it does best under intermediate conditions (14-28°C). © Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
Cribbia confusa
Floriferous, fragrant, colourful, small-flowered angraecoid species native to Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia, Cameroon and Gulf of Guinea Islands 600-2100m elevation. I have tried growing it warm, intermediate and cool and found it does best under intermediate conditions (14-28°C). © Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Ferraria crispa
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Tridactyle bicaudata
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Gladiolus splendens on Flickr.Gladiolus splendens is native to the Roggeveld and the Calvinia districts of the Nothern Cape of South Africa.
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Moraea aristata
Moræa aristata is one of the world’s most beautiful bulbous flowering plants which sadly is critically endangered in its native South Africa. For more on this beautiful species, see SANBI. © Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
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Nemesia barbata on Flickr.© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht
Marvellous tiny-flowered annual endemic to the Western Cape Province of South Africa
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Gladiolus quadrangularis 
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht Very elegant species native to rocky sandstone slopes of the Northwest Cape, South Africa.
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Dendrobium limpidum
© Jacob Uluwehi Knecht