Tumblr Tuesday time! Trying out a new gallery layout to show the latest pix from the boZannical Tumblr…
Pretty and elegant combo.
Spotted a coyote at Tank Hill the other day! Was about fifteen feet from me before it took off into the coyote bush… How appropriate. 🙂
A cute little cactus planting I did at Flora Grubb Gardens.
A friend went to a big box store and came across these. Dyed dried flowers hot glued onto cacti! Seriously?!?
Offender number two.
My favorite, including a long string of hot glue snot. Notice the lovely green one in the background on the left. So natural looking.
MIdterm in Ikebana brought us back to basics. Basic Upright Nageire, using Gerbers and Acacia covenyi.
Midterm arrangement #2 is Basic Upright Moribana, with Schefflera and Dahlias.
My friend Jared gave me this Petopentia natalensis when he moved back to the East Coast. I love that it’s finally releafing out.
Nice twining of plants to make two look as one…
The tiniest bit of soil is enough to have gotten this fern started in a drainage weep hole.
Cup of Gold vine on Hartford…
Oh, I love how the Parrot’s Beak flowers and the highlights in the Pachyphytum make this look like it’s flaming.
Acacia vestita seeds popping open at Flora Grubb Gardens.
Lichen on a cherry tree on Shrader.
More cherry tree lichen.
Bougainvillea amid the seeding flowers of coyote bush.
Lichen obsessed that day! Pine cone in Sutro Forest.
Pretty backlit fallen leaf caught my eye in this horsetail.
One morning the Fuchsia boliviana had enough fruit to provide a delicious addition to my granola! Such a lovely, mildly sweet flavor. Not unlike a blueberry…
Thanks for popping by! Until next time…
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