garden bloggers’ foliage day & wv

Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon'

Poncirus trifoliata ‘Flying Dragon’

I took this pic last week, as the leaves of the hardy orange were still falling, filling up the bird bath and revealing the twisted, fanged limbs of this favorite shrub. A few fruits still held on. The branches are now bare and the bath has been cleared…filled, instead, with cavorting Juncos. I’m not a regular but this shot seemed destined for Wednesday Vignette, hosted by Anna at Flutter and Hum.


I’ll also use it as an excuse to direct you to Garden Bloggers’ Foliage Day, hosted by Christina, because there can never by too many opportunities to celebrate foliage in the garden.

13 thoughts on “garden bloggers’ foliage day & wv

  1. I’ve got a tiny poncirus to plant. I’m just trying to decide where to put it. It has the most amazing scent when in flower and bees absolutely adore it. Yours looks very happy. Thank for sharing.

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