During the month of March, Becky, Queen of the Square format, is back. This month she would like to see anything spiky, jagged, bristly, serrated, prickly or barbed in whatever interpretation you like. The only rule: it must be a square.
Bristly and prickly Eryngium (amethyst sea holly) seed-heads and spiny leaves
21 thoughts on “Spiky Squares”
One of my fave flowers (in bloom at least!) lovely spikiness.
I like them like this too. Adds structure to the garden.
Just looking at these makes me feel prickly!
They are rather prickly plants, but quite beautiful in their winter structure.
Love ’em….now I know what you were talking about a week or two again
Yes. Told you I had some. They are lovely when in this stage. 😀
I completely agree
Ago, I meant
I love all the beautiful warm shades of brown.
They do look lovely in winter. I am hoping mine bulk out a bit this year.
Loving the browns!
Ooch, ouch, ow! Grumpy plants! But I like them 🙂 🙂
Found you in the Spam folder. Now what are you doing in there you naughty girl!
Laying low 😥 xx
Plenty of beauty to be found in winter, lovely shot Jude.
They are almost better in winter.
These are fabulous . . . .gorgeous in flower, and in some ways even better in winter 🙂
My thoughts exactly 😀
These are lovely – winter and summer. 🙂