Crotalaria flowers

in hive-185836 •  4 months ago 

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good night my riends, I always pray and hope that your day is always fine, and all your work or routines run smoothly, may your dreams come true in the near future. Today I am back with some special photos that I will share with all of my friends, some of which I have captured.

The photo above I took on the causeway to the market, I call it a wild flower because no one cultivates this flower plant like other flower plants, even this flower plant will be cleaned because it is considered a weed by the farmer, the beauty with a tragic life, more or less that's the proper sentence we say for "Crotalaria".

If you go to one of the agricultural neighborhoods, I'm sure you'll find "Crotalaria" that thrives on the side of the road, but you'll never find clotalaria in the city center, a wildflower that holds a million beauties with the charm of color that radiates, everyone. will be amazed when you see the beautiful flower clotalaria.

Crotalaria is a genus of flowering plants in the family Fabaceae (subfamily Faboideae) commonly known as rattlepods.[1] The genus includes over 700 species of herbaceous plants and shrubs. Africa is the continent with the majority of Crotalaria species (approximately 400 species), which are mainly found in damp grassland, especially in floodplains, depressions and along edges of swamps and rivers, but also in deciduous bush land, roadsides and fields. Some species of Crotalaria are grown as ornamentals. The common name rattlepod or rattlebox is derived from the fact that the seeds become loose in the pod as they mature, and rattle when the pod is shaken. The name derives from the Ancient Greek κρόταλον, meaning "castanet", and is the same root as the name for the rattlesnakes (Crotalus). Wikipedia

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PhotographyFlower
Camera usedSmartphone
TypeRealme 5i
Photografer@Steemadi
LocationAceh

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