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Monday, September 13, 2010

CORDYLINE SEEDS

11 comments:

faye said...

au naturelle ... perfect

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks Faye.

I was photographing the seeds for another blog but liked the chance result so much, I put it here.

Lucy

Pam's English Garden said...

Your photographs are beautiful! Thank you for visiting and leaving a nice comment on my blog. I am honored that my poor picture are noticed by such an excellent photographer. Pam

Hermes said...

Just right.

leavesnbloom said...

I've never seen these up close - few cordylines ever flower around this locality. Sure makes for an interesting photo.

zeder said...

Hi Lucy,
you are back, fine!
Regards from Berlin,
Uwe-Jens

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Pam.

I'm glad you like the pictures. I'd recommend anyone to come and see your butterflies. (And it's not often one sees a crowd of 'Bambis'!)

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Leavesnbloom.

Cordyline flowers aren't exactly pretty - they look like old Christmas trees that have been chucked up, any old how, into the branches. They don't even stand straight!

There are lots of cordylines round here. I suspect this is not so much because we all admire the trees themselves but because being palms (except, even though they are called palms, they aren't) it makes us feel exotic - as if we are forever on holiday!

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks for your greeting, Zeder.

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Hermes.

Being further inland, do people round your way have as much an enthusiasm for cordylines as they do right at the south?

Lucy

Hermes said...

Certainly pretty common here in Westbury Lucy.

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