Tag: color

All USA Colors In Same Bucket

HELLO AMERICA!—Hollywood like everywhere else, it seems, is riveted with dealing with those of color: Blacks, Brown, Red, Yellow, you name it, they are...

Flowers Might Be Getting Scarce

UNITED STATES—It makes sense for flowers to bloom in spring. Winter is too cool, windy and damp for both flowers and the insects that...

Color It Gone

UNITED STATES—When I began this memoir I drove down by U.S.C. one tropical afternoon to visit Librería Azteca to see if I’d left anything...

Foliage Shows Its True Color

UNITED STATES—Flowers were originally colorful only to attract pollinators. Breeding has improved the color and quality of many garden varieties of flowers, to make...

Annuals Should Match The Weather

UNITED STATES—Pulling out cool season annuals that are still somewhat colorful is never easy, even if they are already deteriorating. There is always the...

Ronald McDowell-Artist Of Many Colors

HELLO AMERICA!—When speaking with artist Dr. Ronald Scott McDowell, one cannot but be impressed with his obvious, even religious dedication to life and all...

Some Plants Impress With Bark

UNITED STATES—Lemon eucalyptus, 'Marina' madrone, cork oak and all sorts of melaleuca trees are known more for their interesting bark than for their foliage...

Colorful Berries Linger Through Winter

UNITED STATES—Just as many flowers attract pollinators with color, some types of fruit employ color to get the attention of birds and other animals....

Annuals Change With The Seasons

UNITED STATES—Like it or not, the warm season annuals that were so flashy all through spring and summer will eventually need to be replaced...
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