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    In UC Berkeley's botanical garden.

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    1. EgYpT rOsE 108 months ago | reply

      its really wonderfull GOD made
      wow

    2. mikerizzi 107 months ago | reply

      One of my all-time favorite plants, and one of the hardest to grow -- for me at least :(
      It's name is Aloe Polyphylla, and it is native to Lesotho South Africa. Sadly, it is nearing extinction in the wild. Luckily, efforts are being made to start propogating the plant in cultivation. I've seen it for sale at some Bay Area nurseries.

    3. Jeff Clow 107 months ago | reply

      This is a wonderful shot.....REALLY well done...

      BRAVO....!

    4. algo 107 months ago | reply

      Terrific shot. So well seen.

    5. webbetravel 107 months ago | reply

      makes me dizzy
      fav

    6. inspired12 106 months ago | reply

      Fractals Are Life... sigh...

    7. steph.A 102 months ago | reply

      Isn't nature clever!!!

    8. Vicki & Chuck Rogers 102 months ago | reply

      Really show off the spiral aspect of the Aloe plant.

      Chuck

    9. Suspicion 102 months ago | reply

      It has strong medicinal properties, right? Nice smell

    10. Sefra [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      Your photo has been added to Flickr Wallpapers.

    11. mainec6 80 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called round and round and round, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    12. EcoMetro.com 61 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Berkeley and Oakland EcoMetro Sustainable City, and we'd love to have this added to the group! Our site is www.ecometro.com, we're having gardens weeks through the end of the month. Thanks!

    13. scmartinek 47 months ago | reply

      simple and beautiful. great shot.

    14. grandee36 3 weeks ago | reply

      Excellent. Congrats.

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