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Friday, 9 August 2013

Mystery Plant - Strange white flower with stranger seed heads


Here is a very strange plant. It has small white flower but the flower head is really bizarre.






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3 comments:

  1. Wow first time to see this plant...where is this plant grown? Thanks for sharing all the lovely photos....Rosalina Sapolu

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  2. I think it is Queen Anne's lace or something close, Daucus sp.

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  3. Thank you ... Anonymous ... I looked it up and yes ... you are correct. All the photos I found resemble the plant I have seen here. The scientific name is Daucus carota ... but I will just do another post with all the other interesting information related to this plant. I would like to acknowledge you as having identified the plant but will be unable to do so unless you include your name.
    Thank you again.

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