I’ve mentioned before that we have a few croton plants in our garden. I love them – they’re colourful and interesting to look at, methinks, and even lovelier after a good rain. 🙂 I hope you enjoy looking at my crotons as much as I have. 🙂
These are pictures of flowering grass, a fairly common plant, yeah? I played around with tints, colours, and so on to see what kind of effects I’d get and what could be created out of a common plant. … What would you do if you were playing with these images?
Since we don’t have seasons as in winter, summer, spring and fall, but rather we have monsoon/not monsoon seasons, we tend to have leaves turning brown and drying out throughout the year. This is from one of our decorative palms in our front yard. … Do you like it, hate it, or are you indifferent to it?
A few days ago , I mentioned a decorative palm we have in our front yard that has seeds that go from brownish yellow to yellow to orange to a deep red. These aren’t those seeds, although these are located in the same seed pod thingie that bursts open. I don’t actually know what these are called, but I find them interesting.
We have a decorative palm in our front yard that goes to seed in a sort of serial manner. One seed pod opens up and matures, then a month or so later, another one does the same, and so on. As these seeds mature, they turn orange, and then to a deep rich red.
We have a lot of ants here. Big ants, little ants, littler ants. Some are fast and…