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Amethyst Deceiver (Laccaria amethystina) ~ By Marcel Schäfer. looses color as it ages~ technically edible but not a good choice to eat because pollutants in the soil can bioaccumulate in the mushroom

once an iris flower dies, a pod grows.. They start off green. Once the seeds inside are ready to pick, the pod turns tannish or brown and cracks open. Gather seeds & plant again

I didn't know you could start irises from seed. Once an iris flower dies, a pod grows. They start off green. Once the seeds inside are ready to pick, the pod turns tannish or brown and cracks open. Gather seeds & plant again

I'd make dim sum that had flower heads where the dough came together (something like momos).

Poppy Seed Pods~ Stunning, almost other-worldly shot from Not Always Picture Perfect.

::gumnut babies by Charles McKean

Pinner: Gum nut babies by Charles McKean Me: So many things.What the hell? Why the hell? Run for your life!

ronbeckdesigns: “Natural Beauty by Alex Goh Chun Seong on Fivehundredpx ”

ronbeckdesigns: “Natural Beauty by Alex Goh Chun Seong on Fivehundredpx ” . caterpillar on vine

Ceramics and nature karen millar | The Jealous Curator | Bloglovin’

karen millar (The Jealous Curator)

Delicate yet strong. This is the “Pod Series” by Australian ceramicist Karen Millar. She explores “the relationship between growth and decay, loss and hope, soft and hard, vulnerable and defensive, li

Gorgeous, Wondrous Mushrooms…Really! | Dusky's Wonders

Helvella Leucopus ~ By Civi - The mushrooms, commonly known as elfin saddles, are identified by their irregularly shaped caps, fluted stems, and fuzzy undersurfaces. They are found in North America and in Europe.

Close View of a Feathery Seed Pod Photographic Print

Close View of a Feathery Seed Pod

Close View of a Feathery Seed Pod Photographic Print by Michael Melford

TB #Iris '#Long #Embrace' http://www.roanokemyhomesweethome.com

Long Embrace

Iris "Long Embrace" what a beautiful flower wish I could grow things

tangledwing: “ Milk weed (Asclepia) seed pod at Missisquoi National Widlife Refuge. Credit to Ken Sturm/USFWS. ”

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿tangledwing: “ Milk weed (Asclepia) seed pod at Missisquoi National Widlife Refuge. Credit to Ken Sturm/USFWS.

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