I enjoyed a plate of calamari and chips and my friend's husband opted for the elephant's ear
whereupon silence ensued on his part as he worked his way through this major portion and then pronounced he 'couldn't possibly eat another thing' before demolishing a second plate of chips.
We then compared this picture to the photo we'd taken of the elephant's ears
and true enough--even though the video footage taken with a camcorder was quite grainy those of us who wanted to see the resemblance between the two elephant could certainly spot the similarities.
Dumb cane and elephant's ear
, frequently seen as pot plants, contain a different poison which causes the mouth, tongue and throat to swell if consumed.
It is often said that an African elephant's ears
are shaped like Africa, while an Asian elephant's ears
look like India.
The moral implies that all are guilty, yet anyone, however small, is able to effect change, as explained in the story of the ant in the elephant's ear
During the filming of Safari 8, which follows his progress in learning how to care for animals, he helped take blood from an elephant's ear
, darted a lion and a buffalo and travelled around the Kruger Park game reserve in South Africa's "big country" to the north of the country.
Hardy choices for zones 8, 9, and 14-17 (unless noted) include bougainvillea (marginal in colder areas), canna, Cordyline australis, 'Black Magic' elephant's ear
(after frost, dig up tubers in all but zones 14-17; apply mulch in zones 14 and 15), ginger lily (Hedychium), honey bush, Japanese banana (Musa basjoo), sago palm, Tasmanian tree fern.
For drama in garden beds, it's tough to beat 'Black Magic' elephant's ear
What the sunflower is to the plains of America, elephant's ear
is to the rain forests of tropical Asia.
Place a 6-foot-tall 'Black Magic' elephant's ear
in a bed or border, for instance, and you have a striking focal point.
Known as elephant's ears
for the shape of its foliage, its thick green leaves are also tough like an elephant's hide.
Known as elephant's ears
, thick green leaves look like an elephant's ears
WITH their large, leathery, oval leaves, it's easy to see why bergenias are called elephant's ears
An African elephant's ears
look like the shape of the continent of Africa.
BERGENIA VALUED for their leathery, bold, architectural foliage, bergenias - or elephant's ears
- may develop rich winter colouring of maroon, crimson, bronze and even beetroot red, which looks all the more striking when the pale pink, white, ruby red and dark purple blooms emerge.