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A lot of tourist locations in San Diego seem to have a good irrigation system because they feature plants that would otherwise die within a week if left alone in our desert dry weather.
I can’t complain though. I really enjoy the giant ferns and the green and shade they provide. I guess it’s the season for fern growth right bow and I get to spot giant fiddleheads here and there. Here are a few for your enjoyment. Remember you can click on each photo for a larger view.
I love how rolled up fiddleheads are. Their spirals remind me of snail shells.
How you noticed how most plants grow either vertically or horizontally? I love that ferns grow diagonally in nature. It makes for interesting patterns, especially when you can frame between other lines, like the two vertical palm tree trunks on the photo below.
What an amusing name!
Isn’t it? Sounds like a good name for an insult, if you ask me.
Love fiddle heads and ferns. Nice shots, Milka.
Thank you, they’re definitely not a very common sight here, so it’s been nice to capture them on camera.
I love that name. 🙂 Great pics, Milka.
Isn’t it a funny name? I wonder who came up with that.