Aeonium decorum

On a “macroing” excursion I saw this gorgeous Sunburst Aeonium (Aeonium decorum) in the nursery at Tohono Chul Park (www.tohonochulpark.org) and was taken by the visual rhythm of this plant. I’m not a fan of baby  pink, but accenting the sage green and soft yellow, it is stunning. Aeoniums are members of Crassulaceae, in the succulent family. Most are native to […]

Silly Succulent

My Uncle Louis is a cartoonist (www.louisdunn.com) and I think he could make a wonderful cartoon commentary from this photograph of Hobbit Jade I made today. It is such an animated and cartoon-like plant, I’m  sure he could have great fun with it. Any use requires licensing from Martha Lochert. http://www.MarthaLochertPhotography.com

Springtime in February

It’s Valentine’s Day; the middle of February. There’s another five weeks of winter, but today was like a beautiful spring day in Tucson. We’ve had some cold wet days lately, but today was sunny and calm with a high temperature of seventy four degrees. Yippee! This photo is of the succulent aloe ferox (Bitter Aloe) flowering as though spring has arrived. Doesn’t the rich […]