Thursday, April 7, 2011

From Growing to Maturity



My last week post, Growing, showed the beginning stage of this intriguing flower. I looked for the caring instruction tag, but it was not there. Thus, I don't know what it is.


It opened up to this, and had these amazing colors. I saw it in Meijer, and just took a few photos since it is such an exotic looking flower.



If someone knows, please share some information on this plant!

Linking to  Macro Friday, Pink Saturday and Today Flowers!


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21 comments:

  1. I never saw a plant or flower like that. It is lovely and I wish I had one like it.

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  2. what a beautiful blossom Icy, oh, I have to go to wild Animal park to get the name of this plant, forgot :( I am so forgetful these days.

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  3. It looks like one of those exotic blooms from South Africa. They seem to have so many bright, interesting and unusual flowers.

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  4. Great pictures of an unusual flower! I wonder if it could be a pincushion protea?

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  5. I cannot help you with its name. It looks like some sort of tropical flowering plant.

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  6. Icy - I have no clue what the bloom is, but it is exotic, that's for sure! I like the bright, cheerful colors.

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  7. Mutant devil-clover of beauty...that plant is some fine thing.

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  8. I've never seen one like that. A great picture of an unusual flower...

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  9. Wow, an amazing flower! Beautiful! Happy Pink Saturday!

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  10. It's lovely. I have no idea what it is, but it's amazing. Thank you for sharing it with us. Here's wishing you a Happy Pink Saturday!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  11. I am amazed that that is a flower! WOW

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  12. When you find out, please share with me. It is AWESOME!!

    Have a sweet PS weekend ~
    TTFN ~
    Hugs,
    Marydon

    FUN GIVEAWAY ends 4/10

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  13. Is Old 333 giving you the name? I forwarded your link to Jeannie to see if she knows what it is. It is intriguing.

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  14. It's really unusual for a water plant, isn't it?

    BTW, I forgot to say how lovely your new WT header was. I have to get some info from you on how to save the pictures in a rectangular size. I sometimes want to do that for posts on my blogs.

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  15. Beautiful! It looks like flowers that are imported from Hawaii. What does it look like fully opened? Are there tiny flowers at the end of each yellow stalk?

    I love nature's tiny gems and love to paint them!
    Barb

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  16. Beautiful! When it fully opened, were there little flowers at the end of each yellow stalk?

    I love nature's tiny gems and love to paint them!
    Barb

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  17. Nice wonders, love when they are all curled up like this.

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  18. Plant looks like it is praying. Take care. See you next week.
    Joyce M

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  19. What a unique, beautiful flower! Love it!

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  20. What an unusual flower, I have never seen this one before. I hope someone comes up with a name.

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