A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Wow, rich emerald green! Your photos look wonderful on my new iMac, Lucy!
Wow this photo is amazing the colour shows a good sense of power with it being as bright as it is
Hello Sammy.Ground Elder is certainly powerful. It is almost unstoppable and has been growing round here all through the winter - wind, rain, frosts and even a little bit of snow. It droops - then comes back with new growth.Lucy
Hello Joey.It must be wonderfully exciting to have a new computer and I would imagine an iMac is pretty special.Lucy
Hi, Really bright and healthy looking. I hope that it isn't in your garden!
Hello Gary.No - not my garden! My garden is so infertile, not even ground elder wants to live in it!It was raining when I took this photo and that added brightness to the general healthiness of the leaves - though you can see insect damage in the centre.Lucy
Terrible plant, but that rain really brought out the wonderful greens.
Hello Hermes.Yes, I don't know why this came out so well because I took lots of photos that afternoon but most of them came out either murky or with rain spattered on the lens. Probably because there were no overhanging trees.Lucy
I seem to remember that you have posted ground elder before, the bane of my (gardening) life, although not in my garden.My monday garden is full of the stuff.K
I like it. It's simple.
Your photo gives a feeling of spring .. a good break from thewintery weather that lingers.
Hello KarenYes, I like photographing Ground Elder. Nettles come round quite often too!Lucy
Such vivid green
green, I can see green - a lot of green! :)BLOGitsePHOTOS
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