|An Aeonium arboreum cutting I stuck in the backyard border last year as filler material has been overtaken by Acacia cognata 'Cousin Itt'. Having branched out and developed a nice red tint, the Aeonium still manages to stand out nicely.|
|Every time I see it, I'd swear that this Aeonium nobile is looking right at me. It alternately makes me think of an alien creature or the CBS eye, which I learned had its origin in hex symbols of the human eye used by the Shakers to ward off evil spirits. (I haven't been visited by raccoons recently, so maybe the hex works.)|
|I've always had a hard time capturing decent photos of Globularia x indubia. This one turned out rather well - and I got a bee too.|
|And I think this is the very first decent photo I've managed to get of the dime-sized flower buried within the sprawling foliage of Leptospermum 'Copper Glow'|
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