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March 2010 Foliage Follow-up

Japanese Holly Fern Cyrtomium falcatum

A plant with a lot of green and brown leaves.

Butterfly, or African iris – there are so many varieties available. Dietes bicolor or Moraea grandifloraI’ll make a note of which it this spring when they flower. I am pretty sure it is Dietes bicolor Moraea grandiflora

A branch of a tree with small green buds. Cattails on my Live Oak Querus virginiana

A bud on a branch with a blue sky behind it.  

Shumard Red Oak – Quercus shumardii  leaves are budding.

A small flower on a branch with a blue sky behind it.  

A close up of a plant with red and white leaves.

Tri-color Ginger – Stromanthe sanguinea ‘Triostar’ combines beautiful texture and color.

A close up of a lettuce growing in a garden.

Rocky Top Lettuce Mix

Thanks to Pam at Digging for creating Foliage Follow-up. To see more fantastic textures and shapes, head over to Foliage Follow-Up.

3 thoughts on “March 2010 Foliage Follow-up”

  1. I love the freshness and hopefulness of the unfurling new leaves. Lovely pics, Jackie. Thanks for participating.

    BTW, I think your bicolor iris may be something else. The leaves look perhaps thinner and floppier than the Dietes bicolor?

  2. Your lettuce photos makes me hungry! Lovely photos. Looks like your Shumard is a couple weeks ahead of mine. Seeing your live oak reminds me of how I DON’T miss that pollen in my backyard! 🙂

  3. Easy Vegetable Garden

    Those are beautiful photos. I cannot wait to see them in full bloom. Thanks to the new spring season I am highly excitied to start building my gardens. Good luck and keep up the great work on this blog.

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