Photings are jottings on photos!
So true Magiceye - on every level. What is that gorgeous plant in the photo?
janice.. the colorful plants in the picure are 'crotons'Crotons prefer high humidity, full sun and moist, humus-rich, but well-drained soil with a generous supply of organic material such as compost. Bright sunlight is essential for rich color development in the leaves.Crotons root easily and hedges are commonly propagated by stem cuttings.
this is lovely... both photo and words
Thanks for this beauty and for this words about crotons.Where did you find such beautiful crotons?Have a wonderful Sunday!
Yes, after two grey days here, this one is even more optimistic!:)
crotons!! very fascinating plants especially for a photographer.
nature at her bestthank you
Lovely pic n beautiful message.Thanks for sharing.Take care
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reminds me, magigeye. there are shades of joy around.over here, it's the bougainvillea that are bursting in colours of pink, red, purples, gold and white. really colours up the drab urban landscape. when they are not blooming they look like thorny nasty fellows. :)
Indeed they do.:o)