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Upload date:June 30, 2013


'Lotus flower bud macro with leaves and pond in background. The lotus, or Nelumbo nucifera, is an aquatic perennial plant and is a member of the Nelumbonaceae family. The leaves of the plant float on the water surface while the roots of the plant grow in the soil beneath. The flower can be white or pink and then becomes a seed pod shaped like a half-sphere.Stamens of the lotus flower can be used for herbal tea. Parts of plant used for herbal medicine. Seeds may be ground into paste for pastries (mooncake, daifuku, rice flour pudding)Please see other similar pictures in my portfolio:'
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