Chinese Lantern plants produce white, 5-petaled flowers in mid summer that transform into a lantern-shaped husk. As it matures, the husk turns papery. These papery pods skeletonize, revealing the seed within the lantern.
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Just caught this at the right moment, cold November day. Thanks for stopping by.
When “enveloped” became the challenge, I immediately thought of this photograph. Thx. for commenting.
I love Chinese lanterns in all phases. Beautiful shot.
Thanks. I didn’t even plant them! They came up all by themselves.
They’ll will do that and are rather invasive once they get going. But I still like them.
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