Read About Nature's Own Alphabet And Numbers

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Named after British botanist Hardy Haworth, nature bestowed upon these inconspicuous shade loving South African succulent, a universal design: the never-ending spiral, the Divine Design with nature's own set of rules. Admired by artists and scientists throughout the ages, their small size and infinite variation have fascinated collectors since the 17th century. When blossoming, their incurved, spiraling light-green leaves shoot up in plain sight. With its simple beauty and symmetry the spiral conveys both inspiration and environmental harmony. The spirals in shells is the most common form in shells.

The beauty of her curves pops up everywhere and on everything, from the distant Andromeda Nebula and down to that of life itself in the arrangements of our genetic DNA code.

Perspective sundial shell

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