Thursday, October 27, 2016

Plant Photo: Chinese Lantern (Physalis alkekengi)

Chinese Lantern Plant Photo by Aquariann

Remember the fascinating passion flower I shared in September? That wasn't the only plant that put a spell on me in my friend's yard. Doesn't this fruit husk look like a fairytale pumpkin? Hence why I waited to post its cuteness until now. Have a happy Halloween!


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17 comments :

  1. These a funny ones ;-)
    Have a great weekend!
    Greetings from Germany ... Frauke

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  2. Lovely. Thank you for hosting and have a great weekend.

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  3. Hello Kristin,
    that's my first picture in your wonderful project.
    I love Physalis, a very interesting plant.
    Have a nice weekend,
    moni

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  4. I couldn't imagine a more magical 'n perfect pick=)!! Happy Halloween to you=)!!

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  5. A delightful and perfect for Halloween. Happy Halloween :)

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  7. Heisann, next year I will have these plantes in pots in front of our entrance!
    Have a nice Sunday ;:OD)

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  8. Wow - nature is so kooky sometimes

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  9. This is very interesting and cool!

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  10. I've never seen these before. They are soooo cool looking. I wish we grew them in Nebraska.

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  11. I've seen plants that look like the lantern plant in your photo but never with the bright red colour.

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  12. interesting! So the name is Chinese lantern..so unique :)

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  13. These are beautiful! Really beautiful! Alas my photos aren't flowers but leaves, but feel free to take a look: http://coombecottagesandco.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/wordless-wednesday-autumn-colour.html

    Thank you for sharing.

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