The firework bubblestem Split from its ancestor the flare bubblestem. The lower bubbles are still used to turn fauna into fertilizer like its ancestors once did, but the middle fruit have change dramatically. It's middle fruit have been modified to store not only the water it collects from the ground, but also absorbs water from the air. To allow this to happen the "waterfruit" have developed their own stem. The waterfruit can end up growing to be twenty pounds! It has also developed a rather ingenious way of reproducing.
When the firework bubblestem's fruit flout up into the air and drift for about one year, they explode all at once on one day a year in a vibrant display of color, attracting many curious creatures that are incinerated when the seeds land and the creatures try to eat them, setting off a secondary explosion, which provides fertilizer for the growing organism. Because of the long time it takes for the seed bubbles to explode, they have become rather successful in dry climates all around the continent. When they group together they create what is known as "boom patches", similar to forests. The color of the explosions depend on what nutirants it takes in.