12/14/16

Kohia and WATW

I find this huge vine in Hollard Gardens very fascinating. There's not much on the internet about it, except the definition 'passion flower.'




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11 comments:

Tom said...

Those vines look more like tree trunks!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

the ocean and mountains you see remind me of the Pacific Northwest (especially the ocean, but this tree reminds me of subtropical Florida. Either way, no matter where I looked, it seems like I might feel at home. (I wish I could test that theory for real... but it is fun to dream!)

Jeanna said...

That thing is impressive and makes me hum tunes from Little Shop of Horror. Incredible to think how old it is.

NatureFootstep said...

amazing plant. Hope there are more then one around. Thanks for sharing.

Saša S. said...
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Saša S. said...

Impresive forest. I've never seen passion how to grow.

Rhonda Albom said...

That's a pretty old vine. Is it some sort of passion fruit plant?

Raquel Jiménez Lastras said...

Por aquí tenemos una flor de la pasión que no es exactamente igual a ese pero tiene unas flores espectaculares.
Saludos

Sharon Wagner said...

That's one old vine.

Handmade in Israel said...

That vine is incredible! So huge!

jeannettestgermain said...

Oh my goodness, these vines are so huge, they look like roots!

Thank you for your comment on the Christmas list -was thinking about you before, because I'm in the same situation, having left your first country. The USA may have the most traditions during Christmas time of all:):)