Rainerstrasse and Markus-Sittikus Strasse, Christmas Eve.
The King’s Garden, Copenhagen, March 24, 2016.
The Botanical Garden of the University of Hohenheim — once the 18th century “English Garden” of Hohenheim Palace — in Stuttgart, on November 1.
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Pale yellow and ivory leaves of Orixa japonica in the background on the left.
One of our cycad’s new leaves — there’s more about this plant here.
Our cycad is a sago palm or Cycas revoluta, a species of gymnosperm with origins in the Mesozoic era. Revoluta refers to the “curled back” leaves.
A strain of the earth’s sweet being in the beginning
In Eden garden. . .
— Gerard Manley Hopkins, from “Spring“
Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Follow Up is the 16th of every month. Check out more beautiful leaves at Digging.
Taken yesterday, late afternoon.