~The Fibonacci sequence appears in the smallest, to the largest objects in nature. It is a way for information to flow in a very efficient manner.
It started with my nature-loving client asking if I can get the aloe polyphilla succulent for him, featured in the header image of this post. He has seen it during his travels and wants to enjoy looking at this spiral sequence at home.
After I called the Cacti society guru of Tampa Bay, it turns out this plant only survives in dry, hot climates, such as deserts. When I relayed that information to my client, he stated that Arizona was exactly where he saw it for the first time.
On the other hand, The Fibonacci sequence presenting itself all over our universe. I especially see it daily in nature and plants. If I only knew about this when I had to study math in elementary school, maybe I would be a math scholar after all. Perhaps, the plant’s vivacious allure is the math sequence that I was missing throughout my life.
On the other hand, my earlier Fibonacci Sequence In Nature and Plants post is doing very well in google search and I had to share this with my kind and supportive friends as a joyish personal news. As much as I would like to abstain from math, it follows me in my favorite natural ways through nature and plants kingdom.
Since the Fibonacci day will be celebrated very shortly, in November, I wanted to honor this genius mathematician with showing more Plants images of the Fibonacci patterns.
I might be math illiterate, but certainly, appreciate the way it flows and appears in nature and everywhere humans reside. It is mesmerizing, mystical and simply beautiful.
Hope math, plants, nature, and its charm leaves you mystified, my dear friends.