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Firework Plant

Firework Plant

Another plant that looks like fireworks :)

It is a common fact that the vast majority of firework bursts and effects are named after flowers/plants/trees. There are for example Chrysanthemum, dahlia, willow (as in the tree) palm, and peony bursts.

This is a rather lovely decorative grass that could easily be the inspiration for a firework burst.

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