Friday, March 11, 2011

Pops of Color

This shady path is home to lots of green plants that enhance the cool, calm ambiance. Queen palms, tree ferns, sword ferns and Australian violets make up the majority of greenery, but there are also some deep red azaleas and peachy primroses to add pops of color that drawn the eye along the path at this time of year.

3 comments:

Shirley said...

Thank you for the brief respite from snow covered gardens that exist here still in Edmonton, Canada. This looks so lovely and, you're right, calm and cool. The ferns are exquisite and the path, in all its charm, draws you onward to see what other delights are there to be found. Love it!

Bangchik said...

A lovely touch of tropical paradise enhanced with curvy pathway. Cool and serene.

Mother Nature's Garden Evolution said...

After a long winter, green is my favorite color.