Tiny Star Flowers

Star Flowers 1

Star Flowers 1

Tiny star flowers have appeared on my daughter DD’s plain green succulent.

Star Flowers 2

Star Flowers 2

Transforming it over night into a magic fairy garden.

 

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32 thoughts on “Tiny Star Flowers

  1. Aditix

    They look lovely. The plant reminds me of the type of succulent that we call the money tree here, but I am not sure it`s the same. 🙂

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  2. Gobetween

    I had one of these, always loved the contrast colour of the stems against the bright green leaves. The other day I noticed that somehow, probably due the move, that we don’t have a plant of it anymore 😦

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      haha These are my daughter’s plants, and luckily for them, I only think of watering them about once every week to 10 days. I haven’t killed them yet!! 🙂

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  3. dizzylizzie72

    Very interesting plant. Just returned from a 4 day girl trip with my daughter. Very relaxing. Had to get home and check out my blogging friends. Like the tiny white flowers on this plant and the shape of the green leaves.

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  4. HN

    There are so many flowers in shape of stars…amazing how certain shapes are repeated in nature. These tiny ones are beautiful. They make magical ground cover.

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  5. Ady

    I have never seen such plants, which is leaf, which is bud !!! They look so …..magical as if not from a mystery land ! Very very lovely shot Sci ❤ ❤ Love the blur in it 😀

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      1. Ady

        Actually that blur thing is an art and a craze at the moment !! So, no inability on your side rather artistic side of you 😀 You are experimenting very nicely with your photography 😀 😀

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      2. Ady

        Both our photography have evolved nicely and we even know some terminology now than a year back 😀 😀 It’s a beautiful thing 😀

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