Gramova (celo novacula) The Gramova is a small tuft of grass that grows throughout Orcura. It is virtually indestructible and can grow in almost any climate. This grass reproduces by spreading seedlings underground through its root system. This results in the plants being inner-connected, making it one of the largest living things on the continent. The Gramova will flower in late spring and pass its pollen onto the female plants. Both plants can flower either male or female depending on variations in climate and soil composition.

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7 Responses to Gramova

  1. Andy says:

    As usual, lovely artwork and obviously thoughtful back story make this one of the ‘must see’ sites involving spec biology. Your beasties could actually work.

    Love it

  2. mordicai says:

    Nice to see flora getting indepth treatment– all too often glossed over.

    • admin says:

      Thank you! I feel the same way. As time goes on, I’d like to dive a little deeper with the plants by giving them the same stats as the animals.

      • matias palma says:

        encuentro genial lo que estas asiendo es magnifico
        espero que tengas mucho exitoen publicar tu libro

  3. Guter Beitrag. Ich lese jetzt weiter hier auf der Seite.

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