Saturday, October 16, 2010

Strange Things @ Selby Gardens

No clue what any of these strange looking plants are. I found them in the Tropical Rainforest at Selby Garrdens.






16 comments:

DawnTreader said...

Interesting colours and shapes, whatever they are. The first one reminds me somewhat of a blackberry but totally the wrong shape! :)

Snapper II said...

Great shots and blog, and they are very strange. Yes strange describes them.

RH (aka Lucy) said...

Pretty neat even if unknown as to what they are. They look like somebody has molded them into shape.

Tipper said...

Oh I don't know what they are either-but they are so beautiful and unique-just wow!

Madeline said...

They surely are different! Some of them almost look like worms, animals, insects? The green one looks like a tomato with a long nose. :-)
You certainly come up with interesting plants. Keep snapping!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

One never knows what you can find in the rainforest..... Gosh---I've never seen any of them before --but to tell the truth, I have seldom been in a rainforest.... (Wish it would rain here!!!! ha)

Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

photowannabe said...

They look like strange creepy crawlies. Pretty but weird.

S. Etole said...

some very unusual plants ... almost surreal

Kilauea Poetry said...

I think its a type of Hosta plant..I have a couple that look similar though minus the berry look. Very pretty images Sandra!!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Is the forth one down part of the same plant? That is cool- I like the detail and I think it resembles a type of fungus!

srp said...

I have no idea either!

Scott said...

Those are really great aren't they? Nice job and thanks for sharing.

George said...

I think your post title says it all -- Strange Things. But the pictures are very good.

SquirrelQueen said...

They all look very exotic and very tropical. The second and third shots look like a variety of Peace Lily. I have one here in my office and it is blooming right now, it is very similar to your photos.

MedaM said...

Interesting shapes and colours of this plant. Great close up photos!

Stacey Dawn said...

When God said to create every kind of plant - He definitely meant EVERY kind, didn't He?? ;o) Cool!