Above and below is Origanum vulgare, italian oregano.
I put the dime in the photo so you can see how tiny the flowers are…
And to think we just crush them and sprinkle them into our food. They are, for certain, quite tasty.
Although this plant looks like it’s mostly a spider plant (which is mostly is) there’s also Oxalis triangularis, or false shamrock in there. The flower in the inset is from that plant. (The plant is apparently edible. Who knew?)
The flowers tend to hang with their heads down and never really open up all the way. At least on my plants. But if you look down in there, the stamen and pistils are really quite complex and detailed.
Also sporting tiny flowers, it sends them out on long shoots so you can’t help but notice.
As the megaflora out there in the land of autumn is dying back for the winter, it’s nice to have a few little things putting on a show inside.
Go little tiny flowers, go!