Find interesting seed formations in fruits (such as this Okra) to look at closely and sketch in Garden Journals. They can also be used for stamping!

Find interesting seed formations in fruits (such as this Okra) to look at closely and sketch in Garden Journals. They can also be used for stamping!

Star anise: Becouse of its shape, the star anise was sacred to the Goddess and therefore a potent fertility symbol.

Star anise: Becouse of its shape, the star anise was sacred to the Goddess and therefore a potent fertility symbol.

Chinese Lantern seed pod macro's - this seed is very interesting as it has a pumpkin- like shape. I really like the intricate detail of the exterior which almost looks like lace.

Chinese Lantern seed pod macro's - this seed is very interesting as it has a pumpkin- like shape. I really like the intricate detail of the exterior which almost looks like lace.

Seedpods (unfolded), book (unfolded) by Jennifer Cartwright. All of the sculptures in this body of work were created out of the same trilogy of materials: wire, handmade paper, and acrylic paint.

Seedpods (unfolded), book (unfolded) by Jennifer Cartwright. All of the sculptures in this body of work were created out of the same trilogy of materials: wire, handmade paper, and acrylic paint.

Lotus Seed Pods by naturalnomad, Artist Study , circles , Art Featuring Circles, Inspiration for CAPI Students at milliande.com , circles, kreis, symbology , metaphor, emotion, idea, art

Lotus Seed Pods by naturalnomad, Artist Study , circles , Art Featuring Circles, Inspiration for CAPI Students at milliande.com , circles, kreis, symbology , metaphor, emotion, idea, art

Coral Bean - The red seeds of Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea) remain nestled in their open pod in the back yard of our vacation rental near Pawleys Island. They are toxic to humans, and since they have persisted into the late Winter it seems likely that there are no animals there that eat them.

Coral Bean - The red seeds of Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea) remain nestled in their open pod in the back yard of our vacation rental near Pawleys Island. They are toxic to humans, and since they have persisted into the late Winter it seems likely that there are no animals there that eat them.

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