(All photos taken by Patricia E. Brockett.)
We had a lot of this growing on our farm when I was a child. I was fascinated by the plant because of how it is segmented.
New growth on Kiwi (Actinidia arguta)
We had a couple of Kiwi plants in our garden for a few years, but eventually took them out, because the weight of the plants was too much for the frame and wiring we had for them. The kiwifruit of this type of Kiwi are smooth skinned and grape sized. The plants produce quite an abundance of fruit!
This vase was one that was passed on to me after my maternal grandmother died.
I love the new growth on the pine trees.
Cricket on screen
Some kind of succulent plant creeping over the rocks
Duck weed (Lemnoideae) growing on the surface of the water
I took this photo at the Talking Waters Gardens in Albany, OR.
Bamboo (one of the Phyllostachys species)
Vine maple (Acer circinatum)
Some type of moss