#1 I was walking in my neighborhood and this camellia literally stopped me in my tracks.
Gotta love the perfect symmetry. 👌
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#2 Blooms looking like rubys! My stunning Hoya wayetii. My bedroom smells heavenly now.
I was thinking pomegranate seeds.
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#3 My Bat Flower just bloomed. Beautiful ugly...
Woah that’s cool, it almost looks more like a snarling cat.
Universal name: Tacca chantrieri or Black bat flower plant. There is a white bat flower as well with white on the top petals.
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#4 The flowers of the Jade vine are really this colorful.
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#5 Just had to show off this enormous new leaf on my Alocasia Thailand Giant! It grows in my garden!
I just wanna bite it.
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#6 Saw this on my way to work. It looks so sad.
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#7 This sunflower sprouted from 'Sunset Mix' packet I planted for my mom.
That is the darkest sunflower I've ever seen!
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#8 Show off.
Looks like it's holding up pompoms :)
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#9 My Ascot Rainbow plant has a strange mutation.
I actually have no idea what I'm looking at.
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#10 Freshly finished absorbing it's old leaves. I really like the color the new leaves are. Looks like a tiny brain.
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#11 Can anyone identify this unusual plant found in Thailand?
Are we completely sure this isn't the Willy Wonka Factory?
DO NOT TOUCH THESE FRUIT WITHOUT GLOVES. They are loaded with irritant raphide needles and will sting you.
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#12 The elusive donut plant. Truly a rare & forbidden sight to behold.
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#13 Everyone I know has referred to eating my plants because of how tasty they look.
I wouldn’t eat it because expensive snack.
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#14 My caladium is a work of art.
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#15 Mutated asparagus.
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#16 This plant looks like fruity Mentos.
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#17 Smiling seed cone. Banksia species... An Australian bush plant.
I assume they are explosive seed pods that hurl poisonous wooden shuriken-like seeds up to a kilometre away.
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#18 This creepy as plant reminds me of clickers.
You're right! I had one of these. Named it Henry.
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