Coral Bean - The red seeds of Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea) remain nestled in their open pod in the back yard of our vacation rental near Pawleys Island. They are toxic to humans, and since they have persisted into the late Winter it seems likely that there are no animals there that eat them.

Coral Bean - The red seeds of Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea) remain nestled in their open pod. They are toxic to humans, and since they have persisted into the late Winter it seems likely that there are no animals there that eat them.

Svjetlana Tepavcevic's 'Means Of Reproduction' PHOTOS Spotlight Seed Pods Like Never Before

PHOTOS: Seed Pods Like You've Never Seen Them

What looks like a bisected apple is the seed pod of Koelreuteria elegans, the Chinese rain tree.

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Saving and planting Milkweed seeds will feed and nourish Monarch Butterflies Try it! Milkweed Seed Pod by Jelly Brain - Brian Robin

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Dried seed heads of an unidentified wildflower. Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary Minneapolis, Minnesota April 2011

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Kurrajong pods, from a Brachychiton (or Kurrajong Bottletree). By Ereisa Wells Gentile.

Magnolia Seed Pod http://www.pinterest.com/dijutal/seeds-and-their-pods/

Magnolia Seed Pod-every year under the Florida Magnolia at the lovely inter-coastal waters of Largo/Clearwater, Fla home.

Stunning, almost other-worldly shot from Not Always Picture Perfect.

Poppy Seed Pods~ Stunning, almost other-worldly shot from Not Always Picture Perfect.

This looks like the wild onions that grow outside during a time of year. They're small and edible :3

BEWARE THE BLEEDING HEART - AND THAT'S JUST ONE

Agapanthus bud opening - beautiful :) Garlic & chive blossoms look very similar to this, as well.

Peanut Tree: Sterculia quadrifida [Family: Sterculiaceae]. Large, eye-catching red fruit with shiny black seeds. Raw or roasted seeds taste similar to peanuts. Sap used by Aborigines in northern Australia to treat wounds and stings.

Fruit of the Peanut Tree: Sterculia quadrifida [Family: Sterculiaceae] Australia; Raw or roasted seeds taste similar to peanuts. Sap used by Aborigines in N Australia to treat wounds and stings.

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