Cornus alba 'Gouchaulti'
Redtwig ossier, shrub dogwood
Plantidote pal NWLuna sent this incredible image and a second one, below the fold, that's equally amazing. Here's the story that goes with them: Read more about Plantidote of the Day 2012-11-16
There's a lot on our plate today, so let's jump right in ....
Something to celebrate -- October 24 is Food Day, a national opportunity to honor real food. You know, that stuff that doesn’t come in a box, takeout tray, or fancy packaging. If you're not familiar with what I'm talking about, hit up the Food Day website and see what you've been missing while sitting in the drive-through. Read more about Plantidote of the Day 2012-10-19: Big Old Round Up Version
A lovely example of Fall FAIL, aka autumn in Zone 10. Breathtaking, isn't it? Not. In other parts of the country, liquidambars are known for their magnificent display of color in autumn. Here, they're known for dropping dull brown leaves and rock-hard spiky little balls of "fruit" well into spring. Feeling sorry for me yet? Read more about Plantidote of the Day 2010-09-28