A Flower a Week #2 : Bat Plant

Batplant

Bat Plant

This week I have chosen to show you this spectacular Bat Plant. It is one of the most unusual  flowers in my garden and flowers during the hot tropical summer months, but as I won’t be home when it is flowering I am showing you one from last season.

Tacca chantrieri

Common Names: Bat Flower, Black Bat Flower, Cats Whiskers, Devil Flower, Bat Head Lily, Bat Plant, Devil’s Tongue, Black Tacca, Jews Beard, Voodoo Flower.

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Nalinki on “Angles and views” is hosting a weekly series called: “Flowersoverflowers”, it will be posted every Tuesday. The idea is to bring some more colorful pics of nature into our blogosphere.

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33 thoughts on “A Flower a Week #2 : Bat Plant

  1. That is extraordinary, Pauline! And a fine photo 🙂

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  2. I haven’t seen one of these before, Pauline. It’s awesome! 😀

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  3. A very different looking flower, Pauline. I think you could have used this pic for the ‘Creepy’ WP challenge. 🙂

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  4. this is amazing. I would ´love to have a bat flower in my garden

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  5. Spectacular indeed.. and one I had not seen before 🙂

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  6. The clarity of that photo is spectacular – the light on leaves and petals, and every “peculiarity” displayed to perfection. Why did you choose to call it bat plant from so many options??

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  7. How beautiful I desperately want one!

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  8. I’ve never seen one of these before. Now I can see the bat face and the ears. It’s well named. 🙂

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  9. Stunningly gawjus – thank you!!!

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  10. Lyn n David @ Meow-landa

    Truly magnificent photo. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Oh wow! I think this could have been used in the ‘creepy’ challenge too!

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  12. What a wonderfully exotic flower, Pauline. I can definitely understand the Cat’s Whiskers name, as well as Voodoo Flower!

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  13. An amazing looking plant -so tropical and exotic!

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  14. Wow!

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  15. Easy to see why some call it Cat’s Whiskers, Pauline. What an unusual plant. And of course, now I’m wondering where you’re off to 🙂

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