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skull plant (?) - dried seed pods of snapdragon

The skull-shaped Snapdragon Flower Dragon(Antirrhinum majus) seed pod. The Antirrhinum, commonly known as the snapdragon has been a popular garden plant for many years. Also known as the dragon flower, its common name derives from the resemblance of the f

Lotus Pod Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

The Lotus flower symbolizes purity. Pink Lotus is the national flower for India; it is said to be the sacred flower for Hindus and Buddhists. The flower represents life itself. It is a type of aquatic plant used for decoration and Flowers

Seed pods of Carmichaelia australis, check this site and save a life, http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/Sign_this_Petition_to_send_NinaOhmanC_Ojeda_to_Nova_Scotia_to_a_clean_environment_with_no_pollution/?copy                                                                                                                                                      More Flower seeds, vegetable seeds

4 Bulbs 100% True Black Lily Flower Bulbs (Not Lily Seeds)

Seed pods of Carmichaelia australis., Seed Pods and Seed Picture , Photo… - Sequin Gardens

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Coral Beans by Radi Ann Porter - I like the curvy shape of this seed.

hqcreations:  sixpenceee: The creepy looking plants are actually the seed pods of the Giant Himalayan Lily.   nah-uhn. this is a big freakin stalk of NOPeS.

Cardiocrinum giganteum Seed Pods : the official Super Mario Bros' carnivorous plants !

Dead snapdragon flowers look like weird skulls

Dead snapdragon flowers look like weird skulls

Gem Urbanum member of rose family. Grows in Europe and 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)

The Scariest Seedpod

One of the most deadly plant toxins, abrin, is produced by rosary pea (Abrus precatorius). As little as of toxin per body weight will cause fatality in humans (a single seed). Birds appear to be unaffected by the deadly toxin.