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Believe it or not, I learned this year that palm trees and bamboo actually are grasses: at least, botanically speaking. For Sunday trees, who cares? But it surely is interesting to think that bamboo and palms have more in common with our lawns than with our oak trees!
That’s a lovely, cool photo. I like the way the leaves cascade diagonally across the frame.
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I may have learned that tidbit along the way, but forgot it! LOL Although, I cannot remember, I posted once before something that looked like a tree, that actually was not!! Oh well, if it looks like a tree, it still fits! New understated rule! 😀
That’s right. After all, this place is for appreciating trees, not categorizing them! It’s good to know about them, but we also have the freedom to choose how we see them.
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I believe the other “tree non tree” was/is the Joshua Tree!
Lovely green bamboo stalks 🙂
Thank you, Brenda!
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Love the long stalks of bamboo!
Here’s mine https://artworksfromjeshstg.wordpress.com/2017/10/07/amador-2017/
I can hear The bamboo in the wind
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Lovely entry Becca. For my entry I chose pictures from Tokyo Imperial Palace garden in Japan.
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