Some plants are really very tough. Despite the amount of work done in our garden over the last few years, a few plants from its earlier incarnations still mange to pop up.
Last summer this one made it to flower - I (well my wife thinks!) that this is a "pine-apple lilly". I have nothing more to offer!
I am very behind with replies to comments - to many Christmas things to do, and places to be. But I will get there one day!
You can find more macro shots at Macro Monday 2 and I Heart Macro. SM
That's quite a beauty, I'd like to see the full plant some day.ReplyDelete
It is indeed a beauty! I've never seen one like it!! I'll be interesting in learning what it is!!!ReplyDelete
How beautiful Stewart! Have a lovely day :)ReplyDelete
This beautiful photo of a particular flower.ReplyDelete
Very well photographed, compliment Stewart.
It is lovely!ReplyDelete
Whatever the reason for getting it out of the old garden, I would certainly welcome it into the new. Unless, of course, it turns out to be highly invasive. But surely such a pretty thing would not misbehave!
Ditto. A very beautiful plant.ReplyDelete
I think your wife is right; it does look like one I blogged some time ago - it is here Stewart for http://dragonfly47.blogspot.com.au/2012/01/fridays-flowers.htmlReplyDelete
It is a beautiful plant. Lovely shot! Have a happy week!ReplyDelete
I`ve never seen this plant,lovely colors! phyllisReplyDelete
Very unusual looking plant. Quite lovely though!ReplyDelete
It's beautiful! I'll probably be taking some days off from blogging over Christmas. But I'll be around, reading blogs hopefully, but maybe not commenting so much til after Christmas.ReplyDelete
very unique looking!ReplyDelete
You don't see green flowers very often! Beautiful. Don't worry about being behind on comments....this is a busy season for everybody and after all blogging is a hobby not a second job (or a first one in my case ;>)!)ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo! It's a gorgeous flower whatever it is.ReplyDelete
Very unusual and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Striking and unusual...great shotReplyDelete
Have a nice day!
Wow! That is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I have no idea what this flower is. But it radiates beauty and shine.ReplyDelete
Whatever it is, it is certainly lovely! Glad it managed to survive.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo Stewart!!!Preety plant!!!ReplyDelete
How lovely Stewart! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)ReplyDelete
I don't have a clue what they are! I do know that they have waxy look to them and are very pretty!ReplyDelete