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Cluster White

Mexico '06

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Stanley Layman 15 Jul 2007

Whatever that is, is neat! Is it a bush? Vine? Free standing plant? Where does it come from?

Artist Reply: This plant is an atypical flower that blossums on bushes. The brightly colored "petals" are actually leaves - the true florals are guarded in clusters of brightly colored leaves that mimic petals to attract pollinators, and are only about a centimeter in diameter. They flourish in subtropical areas, such as Mexico and Hawaii. This speciman was photographed in the former.

Ginny Lloyd 15 Jul 2007

Lovely closeup of this rare bouganvilla variety.

Joanna Jungjohann 14 Jul 2007

TOTALLY GORGEOUS,ANGEL!

bianca 14 Jul 2007

nice floral work...