My mystery plant has now been identified!
It is an Arborvitae! I am familiar with this
tree, but never had seen one with these cones.
Hence my calling it a mystery plant!
I mentioned my mystery plant on this week's
Awww Monday post. And you can learn more
about the tree and cone by clicking on the link below!
Have a lovely Wordless Wednesday!
Cheers and be happy and healthy!
I'm glad you solved the puzzle, I was thinking it was an alien pod!ReplyDelete
I've never even heard of it. Guess I need to go read up on it.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of these before. Thanks for the history lesson.ReplyDelete
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It's always nice to have a mystery solved, isn't it.ReplyDelete
We have a Leyland Cypress hedge which has the same sort of foliage and some years has had small cones like that.ReplyDelete
It hasn't had any for the last couple of years, but that could be because the hedge is getting very old. Or it may just be due to weather and growing conditions.
That is hard to pronounce mystery plant sounds better heheh!ReplyDelete
Have an Arborvitaetastically safe week 😷😷😷
Yay...bloggers always are eager and ready to help!!ReplyDelete
Hi Cutie! Totally forgot to send this your way. Stafford RayReplyDelete
Stay safe and well.
Glad you solved the mystery :)ReplyDelete
Ironically just had 5 arborvitae trees planted ~ glad you found out what it was ~ They make wonderful trees ^_^ReplyDelete
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
You should rename it Mystorvitae!ReplyDelete