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|Asparagus acutifolius (
Liliaceae) is a creeping geophyte of the Mediterranean Horesh. The spikes are ‘pylloclades’, namely, short branches functioning as leaves. The leaves are small and scale-like. This Aparagus, one of the five Asparagus species found in Israel, blooms in August-September. Here we see the 2-3 mm diameter globular fruit.|
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nice pic, but it looks like Asparagus aphyllus, dash Ori
A different plant that I never saw before. Its leaves are so interesting. This year I check my around for this plant. :))
Très belle et originale publication ; merci pour le partage.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.