Dimeria woodrowii Stapf, Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 24: t. 2312 1894.;
 

 

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Dimeria woodrowi:

Sharing some pictures of Dimeria woodrowi.
As seen in the picture, the raceme on maturity and drying takes a shape of ringlet.
This species is mostly found on laterite areas. It is rock loving and a annual like most of the Dimerias.


Very unique plant thanks for sharing


reminds me of the eyes of the android computer called “Short circuit” which was a predecessor of WALL-E movies…
your pic number two in particular reminds me of short circuit pulling along face for the edification of his handlers…
does anyone remember those very funny hilarious innocent movies…

wonder where are those movies now-a -days.


Waooooo ……… never seen such an arrangement of dried inflorescence


 
 
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