This native is a three leafed vine that grows in the woodlands and open uplands. I will leave this little beauty in our woods.
I mentioned before that I had discovered a few small Euonymus americanus along the edge of the woods. Pays to look closely at what is growing in the tree line.
A few of you noticed that I had a Dog Fennel in the photo at the top of my blog. Eupatorium capillifolium grows along the edge of the street -- as it ages in the fall some of the stems turn red (imagine that !).
This photo is taken from the front yard, looking toward the street. We planted a few Panicum virgatum 'Shenandoah' and an Osmanthus fragrans. (more O. fragrans along the side yard). You can see there is a lot of undergrowth that needs to be taken care of.
From the left side of the driveway looking to the house, lots of under- growth here as well. Can you see the house?
I wanted to share a picture of the Camellia sasanqua 'Mine No Yuki' that is blooming like crazy out back now. So glad I have one of these beauties in my garden.
We had a frost the other night that really made the morning grasses sparkle.
Along the side bar of the blog is a poll. I am curious if you who comment on my postings read my replies. I am happy to continue, I am trying to make a point of visiting your blog (if you are a blogger). Appreciate any feedback.
words and photos by Janet,The Queen of Seaford.