Posted on January 25, 2023February 17, 2023 by susurrusWordless Wednesday: Hardy Saxifraga Like this:Like Loading...
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Not familiar with that colorful plant. It looks as though it is fairly hearty.
It’s a common garden plant that also grows wild on the rough stone walls of local parks. I like the rose-like shape of the fleshy leaves. They are normally green, but this one had great winter colours.
I love that it grows on stone walls; it looks like a gorgeous Christmas wreath. (I am partial to wreaths.)
I like them too. I once gave Mum a hydrangea one that I thought was lovely, but it turned out she wasn’t keen. It hadn’t occurred to me that not everyone might like wreaths.
It wouldn’t occur to me either!
A lovely image, full of texture.
I could imagine that it is trying to blend in with the stone (and doing a spectacularly bad job).
A welcome sight in the dead of winter!
Yes, we don’t get too much colour here so our eyes are drawn to it.
Lovely autumn colours. In Spring? 🤗💗
It was mid winter or just after. I don’t know what the recent snow did to them and will have to look next time I go past. Do I get a hint that you’re eager for spring?
It’s cold here now but lots of blossom 🌸 and the fields are alight with Oxalis
Beautiful photo 😀
Thanks for commenting, Cee.
That’s pretty. We’re getting snow now (finally!) so everything is covered in white, looks like a movie set.
I hope you can enjoy it while it lasts.
Lovely colour contrast and texture!
Thanks, Eliza. This clump was unusually colourful.
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