Rare Buddhist Flower Found Under Nun’s Washing Machine

From the Telegraph:

A rarely seen Buddhist flower, which blossoms every 3,000 years, has been discovered under a nun’s washing machine.

The Udumbara flower was found in the home of a Chinese nun in Lushan Mountain, Jiangxi province, China.

The rare Youtan Poluo or Udumbara flower, which, according to Buddhist legend, only blooms every 3,000 years, measures just 1mm in diametre.

[Read more at the Telegraph]

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  • GoodDoktorBad

    It looks more like something I saw growing under my refrigerator. Throw some bleach on it….

  • jpbug

    Not a flower. Insect eggs. Lacewing eggs, to be exact.

  • gest

    Regardless, it is imperative that we attack the story.

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    That’s really interesting. I wonder, how big do they get? I can’t imagine something like that being called a flower. I look at it as maybe a weed or something to that affect. Reminds me of a bean sprout kind of. Very interesting.

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    Its looks so beautiful, just like pure water drops from the washing machine. I am really inspired, will put up an abstract painting based on this photo, thanks for sharing :)

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    The Udumbara flower was found in the home of a Chinese nun in Lushan Mountain, Jiangxi province, China. is it true or not ? i didn't see the news in China …confusing .

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