Hello. Here is another unusual plant I found on my property this weekend. I was clearing a patch of brush and found this thing sticking up out of the ground. It has no leaves or other "green parts" and no elaborate root system. It is obviously a tuber, not a bulb. The root is very much like a potato or turnip and has no layers at all. The stalk appears to have no chlorpyll. There does appear to be a small pointy node on the top of the root that looks like the growth-top of a bulb. The seeds are nearly identical to pomegranite seeds, but they radiate from a central fleshy sphere on the top of the stalk. There does appear to be the remnants of some kind of outer skin or rind, though it is paper-thin. I have searched around to find some reference to this, but I'm not finding anything. If it is a pomegranite, it doesn't seem to be growing as I understand a pomegranite should grow and fruit. Any help would be great!