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Posted By: slowpez, 04-30-2015, 07:56 AM

Here are a few of the weirder plants we have come across.
The first is Squaw Root (though it has several different names)
The next three are the flower of the Ginger plant. You have to move the dead leaves from the base of the plant to see them.
The last is the Little Brown Jug. The flower also grows at the base of the plant.

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Good shots of all. I enjoyed and thanks for posting
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Most unusual and not seen by me and many others. Thanks for posting.
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Nice shots of unusual flowers. The last one looks like it might be carnivorous. Do you know if it is?

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a different world back your way, nothing out this way like that Susan.
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QuoteOriginally posted by bscott Quote
Good shots of all. I enjoyed and thanks for posting
QuoteOriginally posted by Bruce Clark Quote
Most unusual and not seen by me and many others. Thanks for posting.
QuoteOriginally posted by PJ1 Quote
Nice shots of unusual flowers. The last one looks like it might be carnivorous. Do you know if it is?
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a different world back your way, nothing out this way like that Susan.
Thanks all. PJ, I don't think it's carnivorous. It may be shaped like a jug to force pollination. Someone else might know and pipe in here.
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