14 Rocks and Minerals That Resemble Flowers (Spring Is In The Air!)

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People often spot familiar shapes in rocks and minerals, not just faces or animals, but also flowers. Nature has a knack for carefully and skillfully sculpting stone into floral forms. This article showcases 14 beautiful minerals that capture the essence of spring with their striking resemblance to flowers in bloom.

1. Chalcedony Desert Rose

Chalcedony (Desert Rose) Maricopa County, Arizona (image: Stan Celestian)
Chalcedony Desert Rose Under UVc, b, and a (image: Stan Celestian)

2. Gypsum Rose

Gypsum Rose from  Chihuahua, Mexico (image: James St. John/cc)
(image: James St. John/cc)

3. Azurite Rose

(image: Stan Celestian)

4. Muscovite Rose

(image: Stan Celestian)
Aquamarine with Muscovite Rose (image: Stan Celestian)

5. Barite (Desert Rose)

(image: Stan Celestian)
(image: Stan Celestian)

6. Calcite Flowers

(image: Stan Celestian)
calcite clusters resembling flowers from Banska Stiavnica, Slovakia (image: Albert Russ)

7. Quartz Flowers

Quartz Amethyst Flower (image: Stan Celestian)
(image: Stan Celestian)

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