Tuesday plant of the day I THINK I’ve got the day right today, but nothing would surprise me at the moment! AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on June 7, 2016 Posted in Gardens, PhotographyTagged Gardens, Gunnera, Photography
16 thoughts on “Tuesday plant of the day”
NOW you’ll have to do a second Wordless Wednesday, as punishment 🙂 🙂
Lol, maybe if I have the energy 🙂
Don’t feel alone! I’m convinced it’s Friday. And you’ve posted light and Venetian, so who’s complaining???
Venation, is what I meant. Predictive had other ideas.
Well I’ve learnt a new word so I’ll cope with being a loon!
Gunnera’s are great fun! We grow a tiny species called magellanica which gets no taller than about 3 inches. Most people walk straight by it without realising it has a monstrous relative!
Any photos? 🙂
I’m afraid not. They have just finished flowering as well – should be more efficient with the camera in future!
Beautiful images, Gilly. Love the collage. 🙂
Thanks Sylvia, I knew what I wanted to do as soon as I saw it!
I really like the angle you took for these images, Gilly. Great light and texture! 🙂
Thanks Amy, it’s such a statuesque plant!
I like the sound of that word venation… haven’t looked it up yet, but speaks of capillaries and photosynthesis; and gunnera – that’s also a mystery challenge.
Don’t recognize this specimen, bit it is interesting. What the prickly part?
Wonderful capture as always, Gilly. 😀 ❤
Such a lovely gallery
Is Tuesday plant of the day your idea, or yet another challenge? Lovely gallery of an interesting plant, always good when back-lit.