Category Archives: Plants

Pineland Hibiscus

Yesterday I had my first blossom on a twice transplanted Hibiscus aculeatus.  I originally found this Florida native plant growing in sandy soil at my family’s place on the Suwanee river.  It’s first location when I brought it back was … Continue reading

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Subtle Differences

Most of my artist statements mention “subtle differences” at some point.  Yesterday I stumbled upon a perfect illustration of this while comparing two African Iris (Dietes bicolor) clusters that my brother-in-law brought home from his florist job.  The blossoms on … Continue reading

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Red Mangrove

In Fernandina Beach, FL onshore wind events that last several days wash in some pretty interesting things from the gulf stream. Two years ago I found this Red mangrove propagule while collecting material for “Carapace and Shell” and some yet … Continue reading

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