3.30.2005

An unusual plant for the coastal plain: trailing arbutus (Epigaea repens) Posted by Hello

5 comments:

Rurality said...

Nice one! I've never seen that plant in real life.

chryscat said...

Pretty. Pretty. Pretty.
See. Here's my problem...I would be tiptoeing through the trailing arbutus when I would find something with TEETH. Therefore, I appreciate you tiptoeing for me.
Grins*

swamp4me said...

I am most delighted to do the tip-toeing for you!

swamp4me said...

And R, I am quite jealous of your deciduous ginger. We do not have that species here.

Rurality said...

I've found ONLY the deciduous one near here. I really like some of the other ones a little better.

But I'll take what I can get... our old place a little south of here had none at all. :)

In the future I want to do some wildflower planting, and gingers are gonna get their own little section! My husband always accuses me of "fondling" the ginger. (I'm looking for the flowers!)