The Magic Dogwood (Cornus florida subspecies urbiniana). A rare Mexican version of the common American Dogwood tree. This variety is noted for its flower bracts, which are fused together, resulting in an amazing display of spirals and shapes.
Blister Copper form of Chalcopyrite with a fine bubbly botryoidal habit, and a pleasing reddish metallic patina from Cook’s Kitchen Mine, Camborne, Cornwall, England, Europe. Blister copper is a porous brittle form of copper, about 98 - 99.5% pure and produced in an intermediate stage of copper refining