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Though native to Mediterranean lands, these are found in Rohtas especially inside the Rohtas Fort in Pakistan, the one shown is quite old and wind battered specimen. It is fragrant and edible.
Yea! thats a Caper, a little old and wind battered, its hanging from a wall of Rohtas Fort, in Pakistan
it looks like Caper's old flower...I used to collect them every year, in Greece.
Wow, I have never seen this even in a book. I really want to know its genus species name..
Very interesting !
Lat: 32.96, Long: 73.57
Spotted on Oct 3, 2012 Submitted on Oct 3, 2012