Lots of messy/leafy vignettes to choose from for today's post — but I wasn't really in a choosing mood so I'm sharing several — all courtesy of Clifford, our big-leaf Magnolia and a windy night.
Please note the subtle Agave spear...
And the leaf threaded, skewer-style, on an Agave striata spike.
If this dropping of leaves seems a little late to you then I'll let you in on a secret. It actually happened a couple of weeks ago. This was to be my WV last week, but then the election threw me for a loop and I had to go another direction. Life sometimes takes a turn. But anyway...
This may be my favorite, I mean everyone knows an Agave "leaf" can cause harm but how about the leaf of a Darlingtonia californica? Yep...after all they are carnivorous (chomp chomp...).
Wait...was I just choosing favorites? Sammy + Clifford...kinda like Chocolate and Peanut Butter.
The Trachycarpus didn't want to be left out.
Wednesday Vignettes are hosted by Anna at Flutter & Hum. And since this post is all about foliage, fallen-foliage, I'm also joining up with Pam at Digging, for her Foliage Follow-up focus.
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