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Wow! Another beautiful unusual flowering plant. I've never seen this before. Looks like a lady with golden hair has brushed it beautifully! Thanks for posting this one - very interesting.
the above is the scientific/taxonomic name, but basically, it is a relative to protea and banksia. It can be grown in California among other places. If you want to know more about what zones this grows in and how to care for it, you can just type in the genus, leucospermum, into google. You may or may not be able to grow one, depending on your zone, but you might be able to find something similar!
So beautiful. Thank you for posting
fodus -- Go to Dave's Garden for more information, at:http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/190220/It grows to 8-10 feet tall and wide so it would be a dramatic plant in the garden!Molly
This is a very unusual flower. I like it! Would be great to know what it is and where it is grown. Could I grow it in my yard?
I don't know either! Just liked the flower and decided to post it.
What the heck did you say