The first three images in this blog have been digitally manipulated using different effects, all of which feature an individual, contemporary appeal. I've chosen to add frames to enhance the flowers and show what they would look like hung on a wall.
The Impala Lily is also known as ‘The Desert Rose’, or ‘Sabi Star’ and its Latin name is Adendium Multiflorum. This name is derived from the geographical place called Aden in Arabia where the first known plant was discovered and recorded.
Five species of the genus are found in tropical and southern Africa, Socrota and the Arabian Peninsula. The other four species are native to Southern Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa.
These beautiful flowers all have a poisonous sap and they are available in colours of red, pink, mauve and bi-coloured pink and white. The impala Lily is a small genus of succulent shrubs.
This last image is the original photograph for the last three images.
This deciduous plant is characterized by fleshy stems and their leaves grow in simple spirals or in clusters. They are ideal plants for rockeries, grow well in containers and thrive in warm climates.