Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Rosa hugonis hip, Platycarya strobilacea cone, and Magnolia Kobus fruit with seeds bursting

Just interesting stuff. The literature suggests that the hips of Rosa hugonis are small and insignificant....well they are smallish, but the color and the luster, I think, more than make up for their lack of size. This plant is just below the China Valley path in the middle of the top section. Magnolia fruits are always cool in a bulky coarse way.

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