I always have more ideas for blog posts than I have time. And lots and lots of pictures. How does one whittle it all down so that posts go out relatively quickly? I had a few more pictures left over from February, so I thought I would get to them now before March is over. Sort of a hodge podge mish mash of pictures that I liked.
I really liked the needles on this Hood View juniper. It was one of those dreary, rainy days when not much was happening in the garden. Taking a closer look at this juniper made my day.
Nice leaves on my Arum ‘Chameleon’ too. I grew this from seed about 10 years ago. Hasn’t bloomed, which is maybe a good thing as it looks like it might be a form of Arum italicum, the Italian arum. Italian arum has been a little invasive in my garden.
Spotted this orange jelly fungus growing out of our back porch.
I think this is a fishfly, which hatch out of the stream. You know spring is near when these start showing up.
I like the leaves of our native Pacific sanicle (Sanicula crassicaulis) when they first come up.
I still haven’t cleaned out last year’s dead tree leaves out of my Pittosporum divaricatum.
Patio bricks with the perfect mortar of moss
That’s it for February photos!