Foliage Follow Up

Agonis flexuosa 'After Dark'
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Oops, flowers.  European meadow sage 'Blue Hill' with the foliage of Bursera oderata(?) in the background.
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Begonia back-lit
   
The purple tuteur is being swallowed up by a potato vine.
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Spider web on a rose.
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Arbutus just after sunrise.
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 'Swanes Golden' Italian Cypress with Acer palmatum 'Oshio Bene'.
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Pam at Digging hosts a Foliage Follow Up to yesterday's Bloom Day.  Click on for fabulous foliage around the world, but first...

Luh-uh-ovvve that Agonis!
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Comments

  1. That picture of the Agonis is stunning! You captured some wonderful light effects in your photos this morning.

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    1. Thank you, Alison, for your generous comment. I love the light of September and October here. It's so warm, making everything glow.

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  2. You just caught that beautiful spiderweb on the right moment. The picture of the Arbutus after sunrise is a beauty too. Well, these photos are all magnificent.

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  3. Love the color and lighting on your Agonis photo. The spiderweb photo is fantastic.

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  4. Gorgeous images of foliage in your garden, the soft light effects are so beautiful.
    xoxoxo ♡

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  5. The Agonis and the Extasy. Beautiful foliage!

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  6. I so appreciate your love of the plants you can grow in your climate that I cannot in mine (the Agonis for example). It's almost as good as growing it myself!

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