Teasel head after flowering

Teasel head after flowering

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This image is part of the sequence Flowers: Teasel flowering and seed head
This image is part of the feature Flowers Of The Field


Caption: Teasel flower. (4th of 4 images). Close-up of a dead teasel flower head (Dipsacus fullonum) after flowering. The teasel is a tall plant which inhabits bare or grassy land. After pollination of the flowers, the seeds develop in the flower head, which is spiky to protect them. The action of the wind blows the head around, ejecting the seeds. The dead flower heads of teasel can last through an entire winter in this state. See photos B760/343-346 for sequence of flower development.

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Keywords: botany, dead, dead flower, dipsacus fullonum, flower, flower head, flowerhead, flowering, flowers, nature, plant, plants, still life, still-life, teasel, type

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