Ghost plants found in C China county

2018-04-16 03:00:55 GMT2018-04-16 11:00:55(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Monotropa uniflora flowers are found at a mountain area in Guidong county, Central China’s Hunan province. Also known as the ghost plant, monotropa uniflora can grow in very dark environments since it is not dependent on sunlight. The stems reach heights of 10–30 cm, clothed with small scale-leaves 5–10 mm long. (Photo/IC) Monotropa uniflora flowers are found at a mountain area in Guidong county, Central China’s Hunan province. Also known as the ghost plant, monotropa uniflora can grow in very dark environments since it is not dependent on sunlight. The stems reach heights of 10–30 cm, clothed with small scale-leaves 5–10 mm long. (Photo/IC)
Monotropa uniflora flowers are found at a mountain area in Guidong county, Central China’s Hunan province. Also known as the ghost plant, monotropa uniflora can grow in very dark environments since it is not dependent on sunlight. The stems reach heights of 10–30 cm, clothed with small scale-leaves 5–10 mm long. (Photo/IC) Monotropa uniflora flowers are found at a mountain area in Guidong county, Central China’s Hunan province. Also known as the ghost plant, monotropa uniflora can grow in very dark environments since it is not dependent on sunlight. The stems reach heights of 10–30 cm, clothed with small scale-leaves 5–10 mm long. (Photo/IC)
Monotropa uniflora flowers are found at a mountain area in Guidong county, Central China’s Hunan province. Also known as the ghost plant, monotropa uniflora can grow in very dark environments since it is not dependent on sunlight. The stems reach heights of 10–30 cm, clothed with small scale-leaves 5–10 mm long. (Photo/IC) Monotropa uniflora flowers are found at a mountain area in Guidong county, Central China’s Hunan province. Also known as the ghost plant, monotropa uniflora can grow in very dark environments since it is not dependent on sunlight. The stems reach heights of 10–30 cm, clothed with small scale-leaves 5–10 mm long. (Photo/IC)
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