Monday, December 31, 2007


It's really Vibernum Tinus, an evergreen shrub that sports really early flowers at the same time as last summers berries. A bonus: It's drought tolerant!! I have them everywhere. Hey, when something works...
These last 4 pictures are courtesy of Josiah and his new camera. As you can tell we had a lot of fun looking for things to photograph.
A really close up shot of V. Tinus.
Nandina berries dripping with fog.
Holly berries coated with ice. No it's not sugar, but they do look good to eat don't they?
Frosted Sedum rosettes.


Blogger Cathy said...

How big do those Vibernum Tinus get to be? I need to make some kind of privacy barrier along our road in the side garden. Wanted something green all year round and pretty too. This might just fit it perfectly!

Saturday, January 5, 2008 at 4:04:00 PM PST  

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