tiny, flower at the end of the branch

by Ruben
(Israel)



no idea, my friend took the picture and sent it to me

Ruben, without knowing something (anything!) about this plant, like where it is growing, if it's a tree, a tiny shrublet or how big it is, it's virtually impossible to give you even an idea of where to start.

It's so cool, though; it looks like prehistoric flying dinosaurs or something. I'm going to assume that these are flowers, but it's hard to tell if they're just opening up, or if these are seed pods.

If you could give me some more information to go on, I can search for it a bit more, but I'm stumped (no pun intended!)

Sorry I couldn't be of more help,
Jacki

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May 03, 2013
Thanks
by: Anonymous

Jack, Thanks for your fast response, I will post more details as soon a I get them from my friend the photographer

May 03, 2013
how do i upload more photos?
by: Anonymous

how do i upload more photos?

Just start a new thread, and you can upload them there. I'll move them over to the original question. Thanks so much!

May 07, 2013
Found!
by: Ruben

Slipper Plant or Candelilla
Pedilanthus macrocarpus


Great detective work, Ruben!

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more photos fro identification

by Ruben
(Israel)



It is a succulent, big one, looks like a collection of gray/green ropes
the photo was taken in Kibbutz Nirim, situated in the north of the Negev Desert.
It is in private garden, so I dont think is local or silvester,and of course it is not the barrel-cactus oi the middle.
Ruben

Gotcha! The first pictures you sent looked to me like a tree, so I was really floundering!

This guy looks like some kind of Salicornia in plant growth, but the flowers are not even close, so I'll keep looking. Something with flowers that weird should be easy to find!
Jacki

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