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Eye Candy Friday #19


This is a Window Pane Plant, a species of Haworthia native to South Africa.  The tips of the leaves are translucent, which lets light in for photosynthesis.  When I got it I had no idea that it would bloom like this, but two weeks ago it shot up that long stem (nearly 8″ high!) and started popping out tiny white blossoms.  It’s not the easiest thing to photograph, but it’s so pretty on my office window ledge.

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  1. * Chris says:

    I love it when plants unexpectedly bloom!

    Posted 10 years, 1 month ago
  2. * Chris says:

    I love it when plants unexpectedly bloom!

    Posted 10 years, 1 month ago
  3. * Chris says:

    Whoops – hit “post” too fast. My favorite unexpected bloomer was a purple passion, which got orange blooms. I haven’t ever had one bloom again…

    Posted 10 years, 1 month ago
  4. * Chris says:

    Whoops – hit “post” too fast. My favorite unexpected bloomer was a purple passion, which got orange blooms. I haven’t ever had one bloom again…

    Posted 10 years, 1 month ago
  5. * Deb says:

    Uhm – looks like it photographs pretty well to me! Lovely.

    Posted 10 years, 1 month ago
  6. * Kelli says:

    If that isn’t one of the coolest succulents I have ever seen, my name isn’t Kelli, and it is. 😀

    Posted 10 years ago
  7. * Kelli says:

    If that isn’t one of the coolest succulents I have ever seen, my name isn’t Kelli, and it is. 😀

    Posted 10 years ago


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