What on Earth is this Fantabulous Little Garden Creature?

 

What is this? © Britt Conley

Every once in a while I stumble onto that wonderfully fascinating plant that just says… Hello!

What is this? © Britt Conley

Today’s plant is right up this Bee’s curiosity isle.

What is this? © Britt Conley

Often, the crazier the biological structure, the cooler I’ll find it.

What is this? © Britt Conley

So who out there can set me up with a name for this fantastic plant?  What is it?  From what planet does it come from? : )  All I know is once I find out what it is I’m adding it to what will be my all geometric garden.  It’s perfect.

Britt : )

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2 Comments

 
  1. sally
    2012-01-21
    05:29:33

    Hello, I stumbled across this today, have you had an answer yet? I'd say it's a euphorbia of some kind, they have the most amazing bright green flowers. There are many varieties and they come in all shapes and sizes.

     
  2. Britt
    2012-01-21
    11:19:46

    No, you are the first : ) So a "euphorbia of some kind" I'll look it up! Thanks for the tip! Always nice to get some kind guidance : )

    Britt : )

     
 

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