Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Yellow-flowered Leucospermum, Phormium 'Yellow Stripe' (I think), Agave attenuata 'Kara's Choice', and a golden Arizona Cypress. Nearby, Agave desmettiana variegata and Coleonema 'Sunset Gold' did not make it into the frame. I wish I was so disciplined in my color choices. Multiple colors always seem to sneak in. A bit of the Coleonema in the vertical shot below:
Yellows in a bowl:
Well, not quite. Burgundy and orange snuck in. And magenta. And oiled bronze.
Unfortunately, I can't resist adding other colors. No color discipline. No wonder my garden looks like a confetti factory.
Orange is so like yellow...
Then we edge near to red...
And blue follows.
Oh, to have color discipline! Look how elegant monochrome can be:
That I shall never achieve. It's confetti-land for me.