Muckraking at Longview Ranch
How long have you had this, Syneilesis, Jane? Mine is starting it's third year. It's got maybe six leaves coming up. I want it to look like yours. :)
This is my 5th spring with this Syneilesis, Grace. It takes awhile. I also have a Syneilesis palmatum, one year younger, that is much less robust. My hybrid is probably a cross of S. aconitifolia and S. palmatum.
Haha! You captured a perfect moment with the little cap of soil adorning the new foliage. :-)
Oh, I want one of those sooooo badly! Serious plant lust, indeed!
Oooh! I like how furry they are! I want to touch them. :o)
Yours is so pretty. Mine doesn't have white hair. Yours is the envy of the blog world.
Watching these emerge is one of my favorite things about spring!
What an interesting plant! It’s amazing what unique things we can grow in an everyday garden to provide both beauty and function. All it takes a little knowledge, care, and the right tools – mulch included!
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