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   xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Jun 4 10:29 PM

June 5th, 2015: Bartzella

Bartzella is a peony. But Peonies range from white, through all the pinks, to deep red, and Bartzella is clearly yellow.
Thatís because a mad scientist in Japan, Toichi Itoh, created hybridized monsters flowers in his lab.



This one is biding itís time growing in Smithsonianís Mary Livingston Ripley Garden, close to the Congress and White House.
Who knows how many have slunk into other important American cities like NYC, Chicago, or Las Vegas.

Remember, mad scientist, Japan, Bartzella, the sneezing won't be the worst part, you heard it here first.

With apologies to Shel

Quote:
Well, what do you know?
It's nibblin' my toe.
Oh, gee,
It's up to my knee.
Oh my,
It's up to my thigh.
Oh, fiddle,
It's up to my middle.
Oh, heck,
It's up to my neck.
Oh, dread,
It's upmmmmmmmmmmffffffffff . . .



Snakeadelic  Friday Jun 5 09:04 AM

Let me make it SUPER EASY Japanese crazed botanist + too much free time + unregulated lab-grade hybridizing can =

http://s163.photobucket.com/user/och...93281.jpg.html

For those who have actual lives and don't know massive amounts of relevant trivia, Godzilla Vs. Biollante is a 1989 movie whose villain monster is half Godzilla, half rose bush, and imbued with the human spirit of the creator's deceased daughter. I have a philodendron that was 2 feet tall when it was given to me and now takes up an entire 5-foot-tall arbor, so I named it Biollante. No sign of residual spirits or nuclear activity from it...yet...and no recipes because I dunno about peonies but I think philodendrons are fairly toxic.



Snakeadelic  Friday Jun 5 09:07 AM

Something about this also sounded familiar in a non-kaiju way, and then I remembered that we do have non-dyed blue roses now, but they had to be created by splicing in color-production genes from I think it was pansies.



Lola Bunny  Thursday Jun 11 03:03 PM

Such a pretty flower. A yellow peony!

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BigV  Friday Jun 12 02:18 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Snakeadelic View Post
Let me make it SUPER EASY Japanese crazed botanist + too much free time + unregulated lab-grade hybridizing can =

http://s163.photobucket.com/user/och...93281.jpg.html

For those who have actual lives and don't know massive amounts of relevant trivia, Godzilla Vs. Biollante is a 1989 movie whose villain monster is half Godzilla, half rose bush, and imbued with the human spirit of the creator's deceased daughter. I have a philodendron that was 2 feet tall when it was given to me and now takes up an entire 5-foot-tall arbor, so I named it Biollante. No sign of residual spirits or nuclear activity from it...yet...and no recipes because I dunno about peonies but I think philodendrons are fairly toxic.
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