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For me, this is a most unusual flower! I have no idea what it is! But it is so stunningly beautiful!
I too have no idea what it is, but I found it in a small triangular garden space in the middle of the road, and had to click it.I hope an MDS reader can identify it.
It really is different and almost reminds me of honeysuckle. But I don't suppose it is.
Anu: No clue on this beauties name but love the leaves, they look like you polished them before snapping the picture.
Fishing guy: I was waiting for the rains to stop. As soon as it stopped raining, I took the photo. The leaves are wet so they look polished :-)While taking the photo, I wasn't aware it was such a rare beauty.
This really as me stumped... not that I know much about plants.. butthe fact I have tried all ways of serching for ths on google images.. and plant sites... I will be calling back to see if someone names this.
Very beautiful and unusual. I love the big shiny leaves.
I don't know what it is either. It looks very tropical though. MB
Awesome. what camera do you use?
Nice photo of a unique-looking flower.Paz
Beautiful shot. My garden has a similar plant.
I can't help you identify them but to me they look like the red corals in the sea! It is certainly eye-catching! Thanks for your visit to see my flowers!
Beautiful image!I love the wet leaves and the reflections in them.Stunning!
Very unusual, very lovely flower. It looks like little antlers.
Hi friends - It's called the 'Australian Bottle Plant'. I found it on flowersofindia.net.Thank you all for your comments and efforts to identify this flower.
That's some flower...leaves are so shiny they look soaking wet. Great shot!
It is Jatropha podagrica. It is a poisonous plant. Your picture makes it look very pretty. I'm not too found of the plant.
Very different flower!Marvelous colors!Hope you come back every weeks!Santilli
Beautiful, its like some coral!!
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