Six on Saturday: Spring Green Texture

Despite the rather cold, grey days of the last week the garden is beginning to green up nicely with fresh leaves and shoots.  The different textures and shapes are fascinating in themselves. Here are six to demonstrate the rich variety.


One:  Anthriscus sylvestris (Cow Parsley)

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Two:  Galanthus (Snowdrops)

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Three: Stachys lanata (lambs ears)

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Four:  Aquilegia

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Five:  Nigella

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Six:  Hebe

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The Six on Saturday meme is hosted by The Propagator.  Click on the link to see what other plant lovers are chatting about.

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6 thoughts on “Six on Saturday: Spring Green Texture”

  1. What a great six. If nothing else (and there’s lots of “else”) it’s made me realise how we tend to ignore the green and concentrate on the other colours. I’ve just had a wander around the garden in between the showers and it’s surprised me, now I look at it, how much variety I have in a single colour. Thanks for waking me up.

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