Fasciated daisy — Fasciated stems are produced due to abnormal activity in the growing tip of the plant.  Often an abnormal number of flowers are produced on affected stems. Normal branches may arise from fasciated stems. Fasciation is unpredictable and is usually limited to a single stem. It seldom recurs the following year.
kvntrn:

Ryan Andrew Gaffney
euo:

Masses Magazine
after-art:

Untitled (48 Portraits), 2006
Adam Helms
pursuable:

Elmgreen & Dragset The Collector, 2009Installation view at The Venice Biennale 2009, The Nordic Pavillion
Via @Galleri Nicolai Wallner
loverofbeauty:

http://www.brestbrestbrest.fr/
omyt:

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hellanne:

by Agu Lepkie
archimodels:

© anthony gormley + david chipperfield - sculpture for the subjective experience of architecture (kivik art centre) - osterlen, sweden - 2008
paintdeath:

Urban still life by Shiba-shiba on flickr

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