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Looks like Hoya carnosa
Solandra maxima Golden chalice vine
I pronounce it Polly-po-de-um gly-ka-riza ..but then again that is how i spell it too
Mildy hallucinogenic too...if you eat enough of them (you didn't hear it from me).
Please don't take my word for it but I just read recently that "although some people believe the fruits to be poisonous, one of us has eaten them...
It's kinda hard to see...could be Jacaranda mimosifolia.
"Sedges have edges and rushes are round, grasses are hollow and rush all around". If it helps.
It's not an unripe Prunus persica nucipersica is it?
touche...i'm still laughing
Road-o-fighta .....lol..but the one i hear pronounced strangely is kalanchoe..ive always pronounced it as kallan-ko-e but i also hear kallan-cho
Its not glaucescens. sorry..next time I'll open up the pic and have a closer look
I it Carpobrotus glaucescens or commonly known as pigface?
Forgot to ask...what did the flower look like? Was it a spike? Brightly coloured?
I can't be too sure but it does kinda looks like a thin-leaved variety of Bromeliad. So it could be Tillandsia fasciculata.
Oh good. Thanks so far.
Euphorbia lactea Cristata is unmistakably correct.
Ixora...it was on the tip of my tongue for months.
I took these photos on a recent trip to the Southern Thai rainforests.
I've had these floating around in my picture folder for a while, so it'd...
Looks like Yucca elephantipes to me
A better pic of the fruit would be a help for me
I tend to think that it is a puffball too
Hmmm..I'm inclined to think that it is an Araucaria bidwilli or Bunya Bunya cone.