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    8 examples of perfect symmetry in nature

    Pro Landscaper finds the eight most stunning examples of symmetry found in plants

    Symmetry is apparently key to things looking attractive. This perfection is seldom seen in nature as environmental and evolutionary factors often cause imbalance. Pro Landscaper has decided to herald the few fabulous plants that’s where the beauty of symmetry is often seen;

    1. Pelecyphora Aselliformis

      This slow growing Mexican cacti is often found in grit and grows at over 1,800m in altitude.Image result for Pelecyphora Aselliformis free image

    2. Dahlia

      Flowering in mid-summer to autumn, the Dahlia is easily maintained and can have a spread as wide as 16 inches.

    3. Amazon Lily Pad

      The largest water lilies in the world comprises of two species, the Amazon and the Santa Cruz. The former demonstrating aesthetically pleasing symmetry.
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    4. Hoya Publicalyx

      The stunning red foliage of this plant over time turns green with some silver vegetation and is incredibly fast growing.
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    5. Golden Barrel Cactus

      A Mexican cacti that grows up to 50cm in height, the golden barrel cactus, or Echinocactus grusonii, takes nearly 20 years to fully mature.
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    6. Aloe Polyphylla

      Otherwise known as the many-leaved aloe, this plant is incredibly durable – needing no pruning, pest deterrents, or much attention at all.
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    7. Camelia

      Typically flowering from February to April, Camelia is a quick, upright grower best suited to shrub borders.

    8. Crassula

      A genus of succulent, the Crassula is native to South Africa. The name is derived from the Latin meaning thick, referring to its leaves.

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