Svjetlana Tepavcevic's 'Means Of Reproduction' PHOTOS Spotlight Seed Pods Like Never Before

PHOTOS: Seed Pods Like You've Never Seen Them

What looks like a bisected apple is the seed pod of Koelreuteria elegans, the Chinese rain tree.

Lotus Seed Heads No.1   Fine Art Photography by DuaFlower on Etsy, $55.00

Photographing Water Flowers is a reflection of the divine. All of my Lotus and WaterLilies were photographed on-site with natural light at The New York

Given the just-right devastating crisis event, food storage and the ability to grow your own food may become more valuable than precious metals! Every responsible person should be thinking about learning how to garden, getting even a small one started (even if only using containers on a balcony--like I used to do when I rented), and of course, having good seeds set aside for current and future use.  Right now!  Here's more about what to consider and how to get your seed storage going!

May 18 Why You MUST Keep a Seed Bank---Things to Consider

Given the just-right devastating crisis event, food storage and the ability to grow your own food may become more valuable than precious metals! Every responsible person should be thinking about learning how to garden, getting even a small one started (ev

The best seed companies for organic and rare seeds!

The Best Seed Companies

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Dried seed heads of an unidentified wildflower. Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary Minneapolis, Minnesota April 2011

Coral Bean - The red seeds of Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea) remain nestled in their open pod in the back yard of our vacation rental near Pawleys Island. They are toxic to humans, and since they have persisted into the late Winter it seems likely that there are no animals there that eat them.

Coral Bean - The red seeds of Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea) remain nestled in their open pod. They are toxic to humans, and since they have persisted into the late Winter it seems likely that there are no animals there that eat them.

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Kurrajong pods, from a Brachychiton (or Kurrajong Bottletree). By Ereisa Wells Gentile.

Whether your buying seeds online for a a huge vegetable garden, or you're just looking to raise a few potted plants or flowers, it's important to get them from the best sources

Buying Seeds Online: The Best Websites

Buying Seeds Online: The Best Sites to shop! - Thinking about buying seeds online? Whether you're buying seeds online for a huge vegetable garden, or you're just looking to raise a few pots of plants, it's important to Flower seeds, vegetable seeds

Stunning, almost other-worldly shot from Not Always Picture Perfect.

Poppy Seed Pods~ Stunning, almost other-worldly shot from Not Always Picture Perfect.

rare bean swap, How to Get Started Collecting & Growing Rare and Heirloom Seeds - How to Grow Rare Seeds | Whole-Fed Homestead

How to Get Started Collecting & Growing Rare Seeds

rare bean swap, How to Get Started Collecting & Growing Rare and Heirloom Seeds - How to Grow Rare Seeds Whole-Fed Homestead

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Saving and planting Milkweed seeds will feed and nourish Monarch Butterflies Try it! Milkweed Seed Pod by Jelly Brain - Brian Robin

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