Posted by: maureenc | January 6, 2013

Desert Rose

 Back in October I commented upon my (blooming )Desert Rose (Adenum Obesum) and since then I have had a pleasing display of blooms on these two plants.
 Since October, two seed pods have grown, and this first one reminds me so much of the horns of cattle, that I thought I would share with you.
The first, in particular, put me in mind of  the horns of some Zebu cattle.

Zebu horns
 The second shot reminds me of Western Long-horns.
 A close up of the flowers

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