What a very interesting looking plant. I can totally understand the reason for it's name.Looks like it's covered with jumbo shrimp!
Oh wow! What a neat plant! It really does look like shrimp :)
Hey BFF, I am so very envious of your green thumb. There is so much color in your gardens. Can you come for a "consultation visit" and give me your expert advice to get more color into my gardens? Please keep the pictures coming. At least I can dream through your photos!
Shrimp plants are lovely and I'm very impressed by your Mom's giant shrimp plant.
What a unique plant...wonder if they grow in Missouri? Your deck is looking beautiful, what a wonderful spot for Yoga and relaxing. Maybe we gave up on our above ground too quickly??
That's a beautiful plant. Quite unique. Thanks for sharing!Sean
I've had shrimp plants as house plants in the past, I cant begin to imagine growing them outside and having them survive here though. ^ foot is a monster of a plant!
Unique, and loved the color of the flowers!
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