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|The Lebanon allium has adapted to the strong winds at the high elevations by developing a very short stalk, with the inflorescence barely above the ground. Here we see the young inflorescence, about 3 cm in diameter emerging from its protecting "sac". Note also the typical leaves, also hugging the ground.|
The WS shows another specimen, already open, and another one, still closed.
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great bud capture, dash Ori
Very nice plant capture showing us the details of the Lebanon allium, Ishi. The light is fabulous and you have framed it nicely like from the top of pineapple.
Nice one and thanks for sharing.
That's an interesting species. Looks very architectural when closed! regards yiannis
Nice point of view of this Allium. Very good detail of the infloresence!
an good sharp image with above pov from thiss Allium.