Saturday, April 11, 2009

Transplants





Carefully removed from the hillside behind my house and potted, wild california maidenhair fern and bracken.


7 comments:

Emerson Merrick said...

I know that mister!

Micha Merrick said...

you have the best taste in plant misters!

Anonymous said...

I love Maiden hair fern. Lucky you to have it locally.

Smart, skilled, plant kind you to transplant it!

mireia said...

you have a paella recipient,why?

It´s available in USA?

hi from Spain.

Micha Merrick said...

Hay thanks, I didn't even know what the old rusty thing was. I found it in a pile of trash on the walk back home after collecting the ferns. I liked it's shape and thought it made a nice plant tray, makes me wonder at it's story... How did it make it's way here from Spain to end up in the woods?

mireia said...

My english its so bad,and the google translator dont help me very much,but,I think you ask me how I found your blog,or similar question?

Well,I dont know,step by step I think.

I only see your blog and I see the paella recipient and I ask you about.

I think that you have a spanih people in the neighbourhood.

Here in Valencia we buy in the street markets.

Well,nice to meet you!

toofansboo said...

Wild ferns moving in close to home... that is so cool... they're beautiful... invite the woods into your yard... I'm really into that idea.. invasion of the ferns...

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