Monday, May 13, 2013

A Two-Headed Tulip?!?!

Seems like it could not be so...
but it is!
Have you ever seen such a thing?
Can you explain it?

18 comments:

  1. No, but I'll bet the word "meiosis" comes into it somewhere. (Or do I mean "mitosis"?)

    It's doubly lovely, whatever the cause. :)

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  2. Well it may be strange Astri but is is beautiful just the same, conjoined twins ahh, they couldn't bear to be separated :)

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  3. Åååå, så fantastisk og vakkert!! Jeg har aldri sett en slik tulipan før! :-)

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  4. I've never seen twin tulips before - they definitely are beautiful. :)

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  5. Never!!
    This is the magic of nature,wonderful.
    Hugs,Ulli

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  6. never seen this before, but they are so beautiful ...
    where did you find it?

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  7. A 'Siamese' tulip! Must mean luck! xx

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  8. Olá Astri!!!
    Amei sua visita lá no meu cantinho,venha sempre querida.
    Tulipas são as minhas preferidas!Lindas!
    Bj Marie

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  9. No, nothing I can explain, but it is amazingly beautiful.

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  10. Hello Astri :)) No I haven't but the colour is gorgeous :))

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  11. Hey, two for the price of one so to speak;-) I have never seen a two headed tulip, but it sure is pretty.

    blessings, jill
    ps. thanks for asking about my blog....I made things worst by trying to fix a few things. Blogging here now.
    www.homespunandhandmade.blogspot.com

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  12. I've never seen such a tulip! It looks amazing! Like a two-headed cobra ;)

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  13. Hello Astri, I have never seen such a unique tulip. But it is lovely. Hugs Judy

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  14. Wow Astri- that photo is amazing! I've never seen anything like it!
    Your beautiful scarf is featured on my recent blog post-- thank you again for your gift.
    Love you-
    Vicki

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  15. Ohhh, nunca habia visto unos tulipanes asi, es espectacular, me encanta!!
    mil besos guapa

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