White Flower

Monday, August 29 | |


While visiting a patient at a hospital in Taal, Batangas, I chanced upon this white flower plant on the hospital's front lawn. It caught my attention as it consisted only of one white petal and a protruding part which I still can't figure out if it's a pistil or a stamen. It looks like a hybrid of an anthurium and a real white flower. You can't deny that it can claim that it's a cousin of either the 'Ellison Onizuka' or the 'Mauna Kea,' right?

Do you still remember your flower anatomy?

Oh well, if you do know, just tell me. Also include the flower's name if you can recognize it.

One thing I know for sure --- it's beautiful. Here's another shot I took:

2 comments:

bayi said...

I can only say that it looks extremely unique and pure, mainly because of its whiteness. Is this a lily?

Dr. Emer said...

I also do not know, Bayi. I'll be happy if someone can help us identify it.

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