the pitcher plant - looks like a butterfly!

the pitcher plant - looks like a butterfly! PHOTOSHOP -- Luna Moth wings added to Pitcher Plant

The lotus flower blooms

abiding-in-peace: “ “The lotus flower blooms most beautifully from the deepest and thickest mud.

Oiseau de Paradis

Bird of paradise flower - plant. May in summer on the terrace. The bird of paradise flower (Strelitzia reginae) is admired for its exotic flowers. The graceful, orange bracts with 2 or 3 blue petals are like a mohawk on the green leaf.

CAT FLOWER!!!  So strange but...can't stop looking at this! eyeballs eyes,eyebrows, mouth,teeth,ears ,nose amazing nature

Insanely Creepy Flower Encrusted Skeletons

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The rare parrot flower (impatiens psittacina) Balsaminaceae. It's grown in Thailand and is so rare the government imposed an exporting ban.


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These are the tuber roots of Fleeceflower. And this isn't an anomaly - most of their roots look like this. Now we know where "mandrake roots" came from!


Pink orchids and butterfly - Orchid & butterflies, what a lovely pairing; Look at God's amazing design in camouflaging this butterfly!

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Although not a real plant.Audrey LOVES to eat people, in "The Little Shop of Horrors".

White wisteria in Japan. #garden #flowers

Emmy DE * Nature - White wisteria in Japan I've always been drawn to pictures of flowers, and I really like the aesthetic of this one!

Geum urbanum, also known as wood avens, herb Bennet, colewort and St. Benedict's herb (Latin herba benedicta), is a perennial plant in the rose family (Rosaceae), which grows in shady places (such as woodland edges and near hedgerows) in Europe and the Middle East

Geum Urbanum - known as Wood Avens, the herb Bennet, Colewort and St. Benedict's herb - is a perennial plant in the rose family which grows in shady places in Europe and the Middle East (photo by Frank Dereralso)



Monotropa uniflora. PNW native, zones 4-8.  Shade 'ice plant'

Monotropa brittonii 'Indian Pipe', Ice Plant - full to part shade, zones is a type of fungi, grows under beech trees very well since it doesn't need sunlight.