Syngonanthus

Lay-About examines the new plant called "Mikado". Thanks to Lois there's more information available... http://www.wildchicken.com/nature/garden/nature_200_140.htm
Photographs of this plant had appeared on my blog yesterday but I did another photo-shoot this morning.... and this picture is cropped, temperature adjusted and thoroughly messed up! But I find the plant interesting.
what an unusual plant I can see why you bought it
posted June 18th, 2010  
I like the 'pinking up' of the colour. It unifies the photo. What an interesting plant. How is the Yukka going?
posted June 18th, 2010  
This picture is so very interesting. I looked at your link and saw the info about the plant; when I first saw your photo I thought you had stuck something in with the plant. Now, I see that this is actually the way the plants really grow
I enjoy learning about new plants, birds, places, etc here on this 365 Project. Thanks for sharing about this one.
posted June 18th, 2010  
Very cool shot of an extremely interesting looking plant :)
posted June 18th, 2010  
That is an interesting looking plant. Does not look messed up at all.
posted June 18th, 2010  
very interesting and completely different...love it
posted June 18th, 2010  
It looks like something from outer spce. Or from the 1970s! Are you familiar with the old American animated TV show called The Flintstones? I think it could have been one of their house plants.
posted June 18th, 2010  
Cool plant. Lay-About looks like he is rubbing his hands together as he ponders getting ready to take care of his new plant.
posted June 18th, 2010  
You are doing great photography and I love your subjects. :-)
posted June 18th, 2010  
I really like how you compose these shots. This is such an interesting plant. I've seen some really different plants from this project.
posted June 18th, 2010  
ali
i love how you do this elizabeth... so fun!
posted June 18th, 2010  
So that's what you do on your 'day off' :-) buy new plants for your pals! Thanks for letting me know about your off days....they sound extremely like mine, except replace dog with a partner and his 2 teenagers and that's about it!! Love every minute of it too.
posted June 18th, 2010  
very interesting... First time to see this plant. :-) I love this shot and I love how the lights coming from the right side. Lovely!
posted June 18th, 2010  
love it!!
posted June 18th, 2010  
Very nice!
posted June 18th, 2010  
Wow! Very interesting plant indeed!
posted June 18th, 2010  
Another fun shot, who know's what these guys will be up to next?
posted June 18th, 2010  
looks like a fun shot., great composition. i love bright background
posted June 18th, 2010  
love that guy! I like the way you have used them all to represent the different types of picture...!
posted June 18th, 2010  
JP2
I thought it was a knitting needle plant! Most unusual.
posted June 18th, 2010  
this is so intensely beautiful, Elizabeth! the red just pop out!
posted June 18th, 2010  
What a fun photo.
posted June 18th, 2010  
Loooove this!
posted June 18th, 2010  
"Syngo....what?" :) Such a fun shot, love it!
posted June 18th, 2010  
what a cool plant and great pic!
posted June 19th, 2010  
This does have a very "Jetson's" futuristic look to it! Nice photo (and I wish I had more time here this evening...)
posted June 19th, 2010  
Love the red background, very colorful, nice shot.
posted June 19th, 2010  
Wow! Very interesting plant. Never heard of it before. Love the lighting on this pic. Also enjoyed seeing the last few days of Lay-Zee and Lay-About's adventures. Very fun shots. :-)
posted June 19th, 2010  
the red background is great! nice photo ELizabeth.
posted June 19th, 2010  
What a fascinating plant.Lovely composition
posted June 19th, 2010  
What a great photo! Just love the colour and the plant looks wonderful and so modern looking!
posted June 19th, 2010  
Thank you for these shots as they always put a smile on my face especially after a hard day at the office! Also, thanks for all your lovely comments on my photos - they are very much appreciated.
posted June 19th, 2010  
Hey guys.... thanks for all the comments.... I too smile when using the lay figures.... for two lumps of wood they seem to have personality! The plant is now in a big glass container to add humidity... will no doubt show photographs at some stage. The Yucca is recovering (slowly) and nearly ready for another outing.
posted June 19th, 2010  
This is awesome! I love this photo!
posted June 20th, 2010  
Love the colors!
posted June 20th, 2010  
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