Becky from “A life of a 40 something” is posting a flower a day throughout September, in the square format. She’d love you to join her.
Lysichiton camtschatcensis, common name Asian skunk-cabbage or white skunk cabbage, is a plant found in swamps and wet woods, along streams and in other wet areas of the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Kuril Islands, Sakhalin and northern Japan.
17 thoughts on “Square in September”
That’s a handsome beastie 🙂 🙂 Have you been to the Kuril Islands, or did you find it in Kew? Glad you’ve perked up a bit. We narrowly escaped the rain.
Kew! Been glorious here and I even managed to sow some winter lettuces (for the S&S of course…) Might even have some dinner shortly 🙂
Go wild, why not? 🙂 🙂
What a wonderfully textured plant….with a rubbish name!
Yeh, it doesn’t exactly make you dash out to buy one.
Fantastic surreal composition. I’m about to square some orchids I think, with due acknowledgement to Becky, and you as her channeller.
Ooh, I like the sound of squared orchids.
The plant and leaf shapes work perfectly in a square. It is a wonderment of geometry. 🙂
Thanks Marie, sometimes cropping out a section works well.
Wow love it.
squaring the tubes is a real achievement – great detail and unique too
Thanks Laura, glad you like them.
What a brilliant square this one is, love it . . .were you inspired by Jo and her talk of cabbages?!!
Haha… not at all, I’d already picked my flowers for the month before that comment, many of them prompted by you using Kew as your inspiration.
Looks a forest of much larger plants! These square photos are great.