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


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.

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!)