All the plant photographies are performed by Patrick Blanc and their use must go with the photo caption and the mention "copyright Patrick Blanc"
  • Pilea sp., anisophylly allowing shade avoidance through differential petiole elongation and leaf blade orientation, Mt Kinabalu, Borneo

    Pilea sp., anisophylly allowing shade avoidance through differential petiole elongation and leaf blade orientation, Mt Kinabalu, Borneo

  • Pentaphragma begoniaefolium  -  Malaisie

    Pentaphragma begoniaefolium - Malaisie

  • Alstroemeria brasiliensis, Chapada do Araripe, Ceara, Brazil

    Alstroemeria brasiliensis, Chapada do Araripe, Ceara, Brazil

  • Austrocedrus chilensis - Chili

    Austrocedrus chilensis - Chili

  • Paracostus englerianus  -  Cameroun

    Paracostus englerianus - Cameroun

  • Costus speciosus on a limestone cliff, lake Kenyir, Malaysia

    Costus speciosus on a limestone cliff, lake Kenyir, Malaysia

  • Costus  claviger  -  Guyane

    Costus claviger - Guyane

  • Poaceae sp, Majorque

    Poaceae sp, Majorque

  • Greigia sphacelata - Chili

    Greigia sphacelata - Chili

  • Johannesteijsmannia  altifrons  -  Bornéo

    Johannesteijsmannia altifrons - Bornéo

  • Xanthorrhoea sp. cultivated in the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah, NSW, Australia

    Xanthorrhoea sp. cultivated in the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah, NSW, Australia

  • Blechnum chilense  -  Chili

    Blechnum chilense - Chili

  • Lindsaea sp - Guyane

    Lindsaea sp - Guyane

  • Pyrrosia lingua on rocks - Taiwan

    Pyrrosia lingua on rocks - Taiwan

  • Schizea elegans  -  Peru

    Schizea elegans - Peru

  • Teijsmanniodendron (= Vitex ) pteropodum - Borneo

    Teijsmanniodendron (= Vitex ) pteropodum - Borneo

  • Arundo formosana, East Coast, Taiwan

    Arundo formosana, East Coast, Taiwan

  • Dichaea laxa, Inkaterra Machu Pichu, Peru

    Dichaea laxa, Inkaterra Machu Pichu, Peru

  • Dichaea laxa, distichous leaf arrangement, Inkaterra Machu Pichu, Peru

    Dichaea laxa, distichous leaf arrangement, Inkaterra Machu Pichu, Peru

  • Begonia integrifolia - Thailand

    Begonia integrifolia - Thailand

  • Convolvulaceae - Rio Villano - Equateur

    Convolvulaceae - Rio Villano - Equateur

  • Dracaena cochinchinensis vertically emerging from the Dicots trees and shrubs shaped by the strong winds inducing anemomorphosis, Nui Chua NP, Vietnam

    Dracaena cochinchinensis vertically emerging from the Dicots trees and shrubs shaped by the strong winds inducing anemomorphosis, Nui Chua NP, Vietnam

  • Dracaena cochinchinensis, leaves blown by the wind but stems remaining vertically erect contrary to Dicot flag shaped trees ans shrubs due to anemomorphosis, Nui Chua NP, Vietnam

    Dracaena cochinchinensis, leaves blown by the wind but stems remaining vertically erect contrary to Dicot flag shaped trees ans shrubs due to anemomorphosis, Nui Chua NP, Vietnam

  • Dracaena cochinchinensis, growth erect and not exhibiting anemomorphosis due to the apex protection by the sheathing leaves characteristic of Monocots, Nui Chua NP, Vietnam

    Dracaena cochinchinensis, growth erect and not exhibiting anemomorphosis due to the apex protection by the sheathing leaves characteristic of Monocots, Nui Chua NP, Vietnam

  • Dracaena cochinchinensis and the invasive Opuntia not exhibiting anemomorphosis due to the apex protection by the sheathing leaves in th Monocot and diffuse apical growth in the cactus, Nui Chua NP, Vietnam

    Dracaena cochinchinensis and the invasive Opuntia not exhibiting anemomorphosis due to the apex protection by the sheathing leaves in th Monocot and diffuse apical growth in the cactus, Nui Chua NP, Vietnam

  • Flag shaped Dicot tree crowns due to anemomorphosis while tree fern Dicksonia squarrosa and Monocots Rhopalostylis sapida and Cordyline australis stay verical, Waipoua, New Zealand

    Flag shaped Dicot tree crowns due to anemomorphosis while tree fern Dicksonia squarrosa and Monocots Rhopalostylis sapida and Cordyline australis stay verical, Waipoua, New Zealand

  • Anemomorphosis, differential impact of the wind on the curved Dicotyledonous trees and the erect Cordyline and tree ferns, Wellington, New Zealand

    Anemomorphosis, differential impact of the wind on the curved Dicotyledonous trees and the erect Cordyline and tree ferns, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Flag shaped tree crowns due to anemomorphosis, Waipoua, New Zealand

    Flag shaped tree crowns due to anemomorphosis, Waipoua, New Zealand

  • Anemomorphosis, Waipoua, New Zealand

    Anemomorphosis, Waipoua, New Zealand

  • Metrosideros excelsa shaped through anemomorphosis on the sea coast, Waipoua, New Zealand

    Metrosideros excelsa shaped through anemomorphosis on the sea coast, Waipoua, New Zealand

  • Anemomorphosis in Metrosideros excelsa, the flag shape of the crown due to necrosis of the vertically growing shoots, Waipoua, New Zealand

    Anemomorphosis in Metrosideros excelsa, the flag shape of the crown due to necrosis of the vertically growing shoots, Waipoua, New Zealand

  • Anemomorphosis in Metrosideros excelsa, desiccation and necrosis of the vertically growing shoots and survival of the protected shoots, Waipoua, New Zealand

    Anemomorphosis in Metrosideros excelsa, desiccation and necrosis of the vertically growing shoots and survival of the protected shoots, Waipoua, New Zealand

  • One of the highest Eucalyptus regnans with peeling bark, Mount Field, Tasmania

    One of the highest Eucalyptus regnans with peeling bark, Mount Field, Tasmania

  • Diospyros senensis with its characteristic fluted multi trunks, Liwonde NP, Malawi

    Diospyros senensis with its characteristic fluted multi trunks, Liwonde NP, Malawi

  • Diospyros senensis, bases of the characteristic fluted multi trunks, Liwonde NP, Malawi

    Diospyros senensis, bases of the characteristic fluted multi trunks, Liwonde NP, Malawi

  • Syzygium formosum with a swollen, lignotber base of the trunk along a stream, Crystal Pool, Krabi, Thailand

    Syzygium formosum with a swollen, lignotber base of the trunk along a stream, Crystal Pool, Krabi, Thailand

  • Maquira coriacea exhibiting its perfect phallus shaped branch insertion, from Iquitos, Peru

    Maquira coriacea exhibiting its perfect phallus shaped branch insertion, from Iquitos, Peru

  • Maquira coriacea exhibiting the perfect phallus shaped branch insertion, from Iquitos, Peru

    Maquira coriacea exhibiting the perfect phallus shaped branch insertion, from Iquitos, Peru

  • Maquira coriacea exhibiting its perfect natural phallus shaped branch insertion, from Iquitos, Peru

    Maquira coriacea exhibiting its perfect natural phallus shaped branch insertion, from Iquitos, Peru

  • Vine and host tree, harmony or fighting - Redang, Malaysia

    Vine and host tree, harmony or fighting - Redang, Malaysia

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