Flowers of Coriander; an old parsley-like herb with aromatic leaves; used in garnishing almost every gravy cooked in Indian style.
What an incredible blossom. I am not at all familiar with this plant, but it sounds like one I would like to get to know better.
Thanks 'Flowers'.Here is wikipedia entry on Coriander: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coriander.
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