Yellow Flower In The Morning
The weather here in Indonesia is supposed to be divided into two seasons, the dry season from April to September and the wet season from October to March. At least that's what written in my daughter's elementary school books. But, currently, the weather is pretty much unpredictable here. It has been raining for several days now, whereas I need some sunshine to get my laundry dry. So, I'm posting this yellow flower from the Safari Garden Hotel & Restaurant in the hope of a brighter day. I had never seen this flower before and find it very unique in shape and color. May be someone of you could tell me the species.
PS: According to my friend Jama's book it is a Neomarica longifolia. Thank you for the information. I love the written history of the name, I found at this site here.
MY APPRECIATION TO THE TODAY'S FLOWERS TEAM
LUIZ SANTILLI JR. - DENISE GULLICKSON
LAERTE PUPO - DENISE B. CASTRO