Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Meneer Vos

Disapproval in bloom.

Thanks, Willemijn!

15 comments:

Fleetie said...

Wow! I wish I could grow some of those! I'd have LOTS!

I believe they're a bit like "Venus Flytrap" plants in that they can devour things like carrots and other treats that stray too close to their mouths!

todd gunther said...

is it an annual or a perennial?

Kathryn said...

Bunnyeye daisy?

BunMa said...

Ah, Spring! Warmer temperatures, life renewing itself, and Buneranium Disapprovia in full bloom.

Rebecca Rodgers said...

I KNEW IT!
Bunnehs do grow in pots!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Wow ... I wonder if we'll get some!

That name sounds like a very classy one!

Bunnyman said...

That could take over your garden (and your life) in no time at all.

KPP said...

I hear these have a special self-fertilizing property when fed correctly.

PJ said...

And it makes it's own fertilizer!

PJ said...

Sorry, KPP. I didn't see you had already caught that one!

janet2buns said...

*janet2buns takes her gardening gloves off and sets them aside*

"The Buneranium Disapprovia is known for its deceptively prickly nature. It has been known to hog the sunny spots in the garden due to its tendency to spread out. The type shown is of the "bunlinerum" variety."

bunnits said...

Definitely a perennial.

Huib said...

But what happened to the plant?
His look clearly says that any question in this direction will be immediately disapproved of.

Anonymous said...

Well, I can tell you it takes a lot of time to breed a dahlia-bulb. Because that's what I'm doing there

Meneer Vos

leentje said...

Meneer Vos!

My own mister Vos!!