Happy St. Patrick's Day!
In keeping with today's theme, I thought I'd post a few green photos. It was either that or images of me planting peas (something I might get to later today).
These four shots are slides that were taken years ago and then scanned into my computer. They don't have the clarity of today's digital images but I think they still get their point across. As Kermit the frog knows, even green can be beautiful.
The opening slide has been shown here before. It's an amazing combination of Hosta, Sanquinaria canadensis (double bloodroot), Asarum europeaum (European Ginger) and an Epimedium.
This image is a simple close up of an Ipomoea, most likely the variety 'Marguerite'.
Here's an unknown Hosta with a single mutation in the center.
And finally, lots of green but contrasting foliages with the Hemerocallis (Daylily) on the left, Alchemilla (Ladies Mantle) in the center and the Coreopsis (tickseed) on the right.
Ok, here's hoping it warms up enough out there for me to get out and do some planting :-)