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I am partial to the color green. There are hundreds of shades and I don’t know of one I don’t like.
Here are a few shades of green I found in my mother-in-laws potted garden.
A budding nasturtium, not quite ready to release.
Dainty succulents, aside from those razor-sharp points and spikes that is.
I have no idea what type of plant, flower, bud, this is. Wild.
Again, not sure what this leaf is a part of but, I loved the texture with the light coming through. From what I know of her garden, my mother-in-law isn’t growing any types of leafy greens.
And finally, a mini-succulent forest.
Feel free to leave a comment offering your botany knowledge. I am all for learning the names and history of my subjects.
Remember if you can’t get enough of my mother-in-law’s potted flower garden, don’t worry. Click HERE to find Red, Orange and Yellow flowers including some poems inspired by all the beauty.