-And I thought it is fake.

@ridingbet (43635)
Philippines
April 2, 2017 8:38am CST
Since it is the first Sunday of the month, I drove the car with my sister and son to participate in the holy sacrifice of the mass at 9:30 AM. There were some circumstances that made the Sunday worth remembering, and one was the balloon of a child that went up to the big rotating fan, and since the balloon is made of hard plastic (the shape is a minion), it kept on touching the fan blades but it never burst, and people inside the church laughed and clapped their hands. The mass has not started yet when the balloon flew. When the mass ended at 11 AM, my sister thought of treating us lunch. We had to search for a restaurant or food store but many of them were full. Then my son said we can try a restaurant where he and his 2 female friends would eat. So, we went in Anne’s bar and grill restaurant. On the table, I was mesmerized with this green mosaic-leaf arrangement plant and I uttered it is plastic or fake, since there was no soil underneath but pebbles. My sister said “No, it was a true plant”. LOTUS- that was what my sister said. I doubted, so I asked the waiter. He said “Yes, Ma’am, that plant is real!” …And I thought it is fake. Hmmm!
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@LadyDuck (141333)
• Switzerland
2 Apr 17
No, it's not fake it is a succulent plant, they are very easy to grow and to propagate.
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@LadyDuck (141333)
• Switzerland
2 Apr 17
@computerguy1980 It's enough to remove a leaf and to place on the soil and a new plant grows.
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• India
2 Apr 17
Yeah it is very easy to grow them. And they make a beautiful indoor as well as an outdoor plant.
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@LadyDuck (141333)
• Switzerland
3 Apr 17
@Blushandglow Exactly, they keep very well and propagate quickly.
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@diosabella (4822)
3 Apr 17
Its a rose succulent or echeveria. They looked fake but its real. They belong to family of cactus. Some of them turned red when exposed to sun. Its great for indoors and outdoors too.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
i did not know that it can turn red when under the sunlight.
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3 Apr 17
@ridingbet It would take days. But it is pretty. I had one on my desk before.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
4 Apr 17
@diosabella does it grow tall? or it stays as it is? cute?
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@Happy2BeMe (71962)
• Canada
2 Apr 17
That is beautiful. It looks plastic.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
yes, it is also succulent, and if we don't feel it, we will presume it as plastic.
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@prinzcy (5063)
• Malaysia
2 Apr 17
It's lotus? And here I thought lotus only grow in the water. I still have lots to learn. Is there water underneath the pebbles?
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
no water, because i touched the pebbles and there was no water. it seemed the waiters water the plant.
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@carexing25 (1827)
• Philippines
2 Apr 17
Beautiful.. I didn't know it could be placed on pebbles. All I know is that lotus grow on water? Not sure. I find many picture of such plant growing on water bit havent seen a real one yet
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@SIMPLYD (77451)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
I can see that it is real, my dear. It has the features of a real plant , like the thickness and the foggy type appearance.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
yes, my lady, it is definitely real, and still, i have qualms if i can grow this succulent plant.
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@SIMPLYD (77451)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
@ridingbet Oh sure you can.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
4 Apr 17
@SIMPLYD no, my lady. i do not have the green thumb even if this is a succulent plant.
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@besweet (7232)
• Greece
2 Apr 17
It's a pretty flower! I like it when restaurants and cafes add fresh flowers or small flower pots on the tables. I hope you enjoyed your lunch!
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@besweet (7232)
• Greece
2 Apr 17
@computerguy1980 I like the white color as well, it is a symbol or purity. I think it comes in a variety of colors and each one has a different representation in Indian culture.
@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
yes, we enjoyed our lunch. and yes, i like tables in restaurants flaunting flowers or plants to make the tables look better.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
@computerguy1980 thank you for stopping by.
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@Gillygirl (16793)
• Sutton, England
2 Apr 17
I don't know the name but I have a similar plant. They are great and hardly need water.
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@Gillygirl (16793)
• Sutton, England
5 Apr 17
@ridingbet They don't grow much. I have mine in a pot in the house. They wouldn't like ponds as the environment needs to be dry.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
5 Apr 17
@Gillygirl then it is an indoor plant
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@Gillygirl (16793)
• Sutton, England
5 Apr 17
@ridingbet It can be both but outside depends on what type of garden you have.
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• Philippines
2 Apr 17
It is nice. I believe that your thinking that it is fake but turned out real is better than the other way around. Oftentimes we think that something is real only to be proved wrong. Lol got too serious
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
2 Apr 17
My friend, I have a discussion about believing it is real.it fooled me right to the bone.
I can't remember whose discussion did I comment on being fooled by an orchid. Because the roses were all in bloom, I took pictures of these again,including the...
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• Philippines
3 Apr 17
@ridingbet a Some fakes are too good to be construed as real.
www.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
@nottoooldtowrite indeed, like friends. we believe she is a true friend, but then, she backstabs.
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@ShifaLk (7371)
• India
5 Apr 17
Haha it was a good start at Church with the balloon. Made me laugh. N this flower is really beautiful. In the picture it looks like made of a plastic or paper
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
6 Apr 17
yes my dear, the balloon that refused to 'die' made my Sunday a fun day, and the plant in the food store added more to fun day.
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@ShifaLk (7371)
• India
7 Apr 17
@ridingbet Yes so overall it was fantastic day
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@shshiju (10197)
• Cochin, India
4 Apr 17
Some white roots can also seen in the picture , so it is real. I think it need very less water. It is a beautiful one.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
15 Apr 17
right, white roots are visible.
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@shshiju (10197)
• Cochin, India
15 Apr 17
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@DianneN (71288)
• United States
3 Apr 17
It is quite real. I've had them myself.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
4 Apr 17
is it an indoor plant in your house?
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@Nawsheen (22913)
• Mauritius
3 Apr 17
They have those plants or something similar at my aunt's place but they grow on water only. Maybe thats another species. It is quite lovely though
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
15 Apr 17
they look beautiful in small pots like the one in the picture
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@Nawsheen (22913)
• Mauritius
17 Apr 17
@ridingbet they are definitely beautiful
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@pammooratan (4684)
• India
2 Apr 17
May be any plant but it's looking beautiful.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
it is not any plant, but it is a succulent plant, and it is beautiful.
• India
3 Apr 17
@ridingbet you say right.
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@tzwrites (4392)
• Romania
7 Apr 17
I have a plant like that at my house. They can seem fake but they are not.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
8 Apr 17
yes, and it actually tricked me the first time i saw it.
@allknowing (60235)
• India
3 Apr 17
That must be a cactus and there will be soil beneath the pebbles.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
i believe so, because like a cactus, it is succulent, like aloe vera as well.
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@Kandae11 (33472)
2 Apr 17
Imagine - no soil!
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
yes my friend, only pebbles.
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@hereandthere (27750)
• Philippines
2 Apr 17
i learned about the plant from reading the comments. how big is it? did you have a great meal?
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
it is the size of a big mug, my friend. have you not seen the image? we did had a good lunch, because the presentation of the food served was so mesmerizing.
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@Mila7272 (81)
• Germany
11 Nov
beautiful flower
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@minx267 (11110)
• Hartford, Connecticut
2 Apr 17
Wow. Very cool. No pictures?
@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
2 Apr 17
It is here now
@minx267 (11110)
• Hartford, Connecticut
2 Apr 17
@ridingbet oh cool. That is a succulent. Yes those types of plants are great for terrarium! I love those.
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@ridingbet (43635)
• Philippines
3 Apr 17
@minx267 yes, the lotus is succulent. it looks like a budding aloe vera. i like seeing these kinds of plants indoors.
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