skull seed pods from the Aquilegia plant

Spooky shrunken heads buried in the garden? No, they’re just seed pods, says expert

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The Dragon’s Skull by kuirositas: The snapdragon (Antirrhinum), a popular flowering plant, is named for the resemblance of its blossom to a dragon's head. The seed pod is more macabre and resembles a skull. #Snapdragon

The Dragon’s Skull by kuirositas: The snapdragon (Antirrhinum), a popular flowering plant, is named for the resemblance of its blossom to a dragon's head. The seed pod is more macabre and resembles a skull. #Snapdragon

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