It was raining that night when I was home in our farm one weekend. Upon waking up I went out to see anything which might be attractive for the camera. It is always very refreshing outside the house after the rain, feels so relaxing and comforting than in the big city, where air pollution makes so much difference.
The grasses are in their flowering stage now. In one or two months, these will mature and seeds will be dispersed by the winds. All photos here are from the wild and not from the garden.
Imperata cylindrica or cogon in the vernacular. This is not flowering yet but in summer months or dry season
I love this but I don't know its name
Saccharum spontaneum or talahib in vernacular. The white flowers are borne on long slender stalks.
The fruiting structures above stick to clothes that touch it to ensure dispersal.
Napier grasses for feeds of cattle and horses
Amorseko or love grass in Mt Gulugod Baboy
Mt Gulugod Baboy (Pig Spine), Mabini, Batangas