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Lathraea squamaria
is a very interesting, non-green parasitic plant. It grows as a parasite on the roots and trunks of oaks and beeches. The rhizomes are massive and reach a depth of 1.5 m. In the spring, scaly pink flowers appear above the ground, which can rarely be seen in the forest undergrowth. It is widespread in Europe and the western part of Asia
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Deanna

Dobra, I'm very pleased to be able to show you something new, I think it's a very interesting plant โ™ฅ:))

dobrajaneckova

Thank you for getting acquainted! One is still learning! Of today's four plants, this one is a new unknown to me! Thanks for her! :-)

Deanna

Marina, thank you for coming to look a plant that "confused my head" a bit. At first I didn't know where to put it. From a distance it was a pink pinecone, I would swear on a mushroom close up and in the end I found out that it is a flower of an ungreen parasitic plant, it was a surprise for me โ™ฅ:))

MarinaNephele

Interesting pink plant, it looks like a pinecone. Thanks.

Deanna

Suzy, when I saw the plant, I also thought it is a strange pine cone. But it was soft, and the strange pink color led my thoughts toward the mushrooms, and I finally found it to be a plant. I saw it for the first time in my life and I had no previous experience with it. I am glad to show you this unique plant โ™ฅ:))

Deanna

Jill, you're funny, I feel like I'm in school right now, even though I really don't have ambitions as a teacher. I'm glad I was able to show you this interesting plant โ™ฅ:))

Deanna

jasillyboy, thank you for visiting, nice to meet you. I agree with you, the plant with its shape, color and structure really resembles a fungus โ™ฅ:))

pumpkinhead

My first thought was that of Judy. It resembles a pine cone! What a neat find, Deanna. Thanks for taking us through the woods with you!

JillianB

Another school day for me ๐Ÿ˜ŠThanks Deanna โฃ๏ธ

jasillyboy

Looks like mushrooms.

Deanna

Judy, nice to see you. You're right, it looks like a pine cone ... and it's not a pine cone ... ha ha โ™ฅ:))

Juba1010

Looks like a pink pine cone. Interesting:-)

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