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Spot the fake

Posted by Jackie on June 25, 2008

For my final glasshouse picture, here’s another from the cactus and succulent room. One of these is a fake – can you spot it? 😉

6 Responses to “Spot the fake”

  1. Ex West Ender said

    It must be the very rare ‘lollipop stick’ cactus in the middle.

  2. Dianne said

    LOL the ‘lollipop’ cactus

    I’ve really enjoyed the glasshouse series, Scotland is on my list of places I’d love to visit and for now you’re my guide 🙂

  3. marley said

    Thats my kind of house plant, even I couldn’t kill it! I like all your shots from the glasshouse. I like the wickerman.

    Head across to Cheltenham for some shots from Greece 🙂

  4. Julie said

    I have just discovered your blog. I do like the glass house series. You have an interesting eye with a camera.

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  6. Gerald said

    The one behind the “lolly-stick” is surely made out of balsa-wood.

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