Tuesday, July 22, 2008

The Imperfect Perennial

Deinanthe caerulea, a Chinese woodland plant, has really interesting blue flowers, but also has its imperfections; the leaves are somewhat rough and coarse, the flowers are slightly small for the leaf size, and the flowers droop, so are not easily viewed. But then, nobody's perfect.
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The flower is very pretty~ I tend to like flowers that droop a little. You're right, nobody's perfect:).
But then, nobody's perfect
One fellow's idea of perfect can be so far from the next fellow's idea... Are these very small? They look it, and I really do like them. :-)
Very pretty flower. I had never heard of it.

I've been in IC twice in the past week and both times have forgot to swing by and pick up your extra plants :)
Chey & kaicevy... I also forgot to mention that this plant gets kind of rusty looking, so that's another small strike.

shady... the plant is about a foot tall, and the flowers dime-sized.

Moe... If you get up here again, let me know. I still have a couple of pinellias in pots.

Yeah, we can't all be beauty queens. :-p
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