Erotic aubergines

The plant known in North America as the eggplant, Solanum melongena, is a species of flowering plant known in French and British English as the aubergine.
Aubergine is the British name given to this fruit, from the French aubergine, derived from Catalan albergínia; from Arabic al-bãdhinjãn and from Persian Bâdinjân.

The aubergine is called the eggplant in the United States, Australia, and Canada. This name developed from the fact that the fruits of some 18th-century European cultivars were yellow or white and resembled goose or hen’s eggs.

erotic aubergines

erotic aubergines

erotic aubergines


Male aubergines / eggplants

aubergine with penis

male aubergine

eggplant with penis

eggplant with penis

eggplant with penis

funny aubergine

eggplant with penis

aubergine with penis in black and white


“Dildo” eggplants
dildo eggplants


Aubergines not sexy but still funny – penguin aubergines

penguin aubergine

penguin aubergines

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Sausage Tree – how to grow penises

Kigelia (Sausage Tree) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae.

sausage tree

The genus comprises only one species, Kigelia africana, which occurs throughout tropical Africa from Eritrea and Chad south to northern South Africa, and west to Senegal and Namibia.
sausage tree

 

penis-like fruit sausage tree

 

It is a tree growing up to 20 m tall. The bark is grey and smooth at first, peeling on older trees. It can be as thick as 6 mm on a 15-cm branch.

The tree is evergreen where rainfall occurs throughout the year, but deciduous where there is a long dry season. The leaves are opposite or in whorls of three, 30–50 cm long. The flowers (and later the fruit) hang down from branches on long flexible stems (2-6 metres long).
sausage tree fruits

 

The penis-like fruit is a woody berry from 30–100 cm long and up to 18 cm broad; it weighs between 5–10 kg, and hang down on long, rope-like peduncles. The fruit pulp is fibrous and pulpy, and contains numerous seeds. It is eaten by several species of mammals, including Baboons, Bushpigs, Savannah Elephants, Giraffes, Hippopotami, monkeys, and porcupines.

The sausage tree has a long history of use by rural African communities, particularly for its medicinal properties. These properties are found in every part of the tree, including the fruit, the bark, the roots and the leaves. Most commonly, traditional healers have used the sausage tree to treat a wide range of skin ailments, from relatively mild complaints, such as fungal infections, boils, psoriasis and eczema, rheumatism, snakebites, evil spirits, through to the more serious diseases, like leprosy and syphilis. Several internal applications have also been employed, including treatment of dysentery, ringworm, tapeworm, post-partum haemorrhaging, malaria, diabetes, pneumonia and toothache. Perhaps not surprisingly (given the suggestive shape of its fruit), it is also used as an aphrodisiac.

size of the sausage tree fruit

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Hydnora africana

hydnora africana erotic
Hydnora africana is an plant native to southern Africa that is parasitic on the roots of members of the Euphorbiaceae family. The plant grows underground, except for a fleshy flower that emerges above ground and emits an odor of feces to attract its natural pollinators, dung beetles, and carrion beetles. The flowers act as traps for a brief period retaining the beetles that enter, then releasing them when the flower is fully opened.

 

The plant body is completely leafless, void of chlorophyll and is brown-grey. As it ages, the plant turns dark grey to black. A network of thick rhizophores or subterranean stems and roots traverse the soil around the host plant.
hydnora africana

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Plants only become visible when the flowers protrude through the soil after good rains have fallen. Under favourable conditions it takes at least one year for a bud to develop into a mature flower.

Fully grown, ripe fruits of Hydnora africana may measure up to 80 mm across and contain up to 20 000 seeds per fruit. The brown pinhead-sized seeds are embedded in an edible gelatinous pulp with a slightly sweet and starchy taste. These fruits are favoured by mammals such as porcupines, moles, baboons, jackal and also birds.

 
hydnora africana

 

Hydnora africana is found from the western coastal areas of Namibia, southwards to the Cape and then northwards throughout Swaziland, Botswana, KwaZulu-Natal and as far as Ethiopia.

 

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Butt of the tree

A tree with very sexy butt

butt of tree



tree backside

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Bark of trees or…?


from http://www.flickr.com/photos/macropixels/2172179102/sizes/z/in/pool-63196485@N00/

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The Trichocereus bridgesii mostruosa inermis aka penis cactus

The Penis Plant, also known as the Penis Cactus, is a monstrose form of Echinopsis lageniformis (The Trichocereus bridgesii mostruosa inermis). The German name for this cultivar, Frauenglück, is more euphemistic than its English equivalent; it translates as “Women’s joy“.

 

penis cactus

Contrary to the typical columnar habit of the species, this cultivar displays short stem sections that branch avidly, forming a low spiny bush. The upper part of each stem segment is smooth and spineless. The lower part is spiny and shows a tendency to form ribs. The plant is of light green color.

penis cactus
penis cactus

The stem are composed by short upright sections that branches avidly up to 10-20 (to 35) cm tall by 5 cm in diameter, light glaucous green variegated in creamy-yellow, with only a few areoles and spines in the basal portion. The upper part of the stem is cylindrical, smooth without areoles and resemble a penis. The lower part is spiny and shows a tendency to form ribs.
Spines: Honey-coloured to brown, located on the few basal nodes in groups of up to 4. They can grow up to 4–7 cm long.
Trichocereus bridgesii forma mostruosa (inermis) from http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/P1KiZQ0Bh8pfFcktDlBLkg

penis cactus mostruosa

 

penis cactus

 

cactus penis

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Tree cock

tree cock

Burleigh Heads, City of Gold Coast, QLD, Australia

from http://www.flickr.com/photos/m-ilyewren/2166221956/in/pool-63196485@N00/


Palm tree detail

palm tree penis

from http://www.flickr.com/photos/87791108@N00/504258868/sizes/z/in/pool-63196485@N00/

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Green grass penis?

green grass penis

from http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomassch/4120870744/in/pool-63196485@N00/

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Pitcher plant – condom from mother-nature

Pitcher plants are carnivorous plants whose prey-trapping mechanism features a deep cavity filled with liquid known as a pitfall trap.

pitcher plant - nature condom

Pitcher plants are able to use their tube-shaped leaves to trap and digest insects.

Pitcher plant - condom from mother-nature
from http://www.bird-on-a-line.com/2005_04_01_archive.html

The Pitcher-plant is a carnivorous plant, a meat eater. Carnivorous plants usually live in nitrogen poor soils. They have ‘learned’ to augment the inadequate nitrogen available in the soil by capturing and consuming insects.
The inside of the tubular shaped leaf is lined with downward pointing hairs. These hairs block an insect from climbing up the tube and escaping. The fluid in the bottom of the tube contains digestive juices that will consume the insect prey.

Pretty dangerous condom, to say…

Pitcher plant - condom from mother-nature
The Purple pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea, is the floral emblem of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

pitcher plant

pitcher plant

pitcher plant

pitcher plant

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Iriartea – the erotic “penis-root” palm

Iriartea is a genus in the palm family Arecaceae, native to Central and South America. The best-known species is Iriartea deltoidea, which is found from Nicaragua south into Bolivia.

Stilt-rooted palm trees (Iriartea deltoidea). Photographed in the Rio Bigal Reserve, Amazon rainforest, Ecuador.

 

Iriartea - erotic palm
picture from http://www.sciencephoto.com/media/409119/enlarge

 

It is the most common tree in many forests in which it occurs.
These palms are canopy trees growing to 20–35 m tall. I. deltoidea is easily recognized by the prominent bulge in the center of its trunk, and the stilt roots, which form a dense cone up to 1 m in diameter at the base. The leaves are up to 5 m long, and pinnate. The numerous pinnae are fan-shaped, and held in various planes.

Iriartea - erotic palm

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erotic palm
picture from http://www.flickr.com/photos/naomikv/3833644386/

Iriartea - erotic palm

Iriartea - erotic palm

 

Iriartea - erotic palm

 

Iriartea - erotic palm

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