We’ve had a good number of flowers sprout in our dart frog vivariums. Here’s a sampling of some of our favorites:
Episcia “Silver Skies”
This is a beautiful sliver leafed plan that throws bright red flowers. It blooms quite often, and is one of our favorites:
We have multiple varieties of P caperata in several vivariums. This was the first to bloom. The plant is at the bottom of the photo on the left, with the wavy leaves. The stalk has grown through another plant growing on a ledge above the P caperata. Overall the stalk, measured from the base of the plant, is over 12 inches tall.
Though this is a prolific plant in our vivariums, it has not flowered often. Here is a series of shots of a bloom of extremely tiny flowers (1 to 2 mm across):
These are another set of African violets in our large 120 gallon red galact vivarium:
Though not a flower, it’s still an interesting discovery in the vivarium! Mushrooms are usually short lived in the vivarium, so even the frogs tend to check them out: