Manihot grahamii / Hardy Tapioca / Graham's Cassava: a native of Eastern South America, from Brazil through to Argentina. I've done a quick web search and this has been successfully grown as far north as North Carolina. (This photo said it was taken in the Pacific NW).
http://minervacompany.uk/ - want to escape to the West Country? Let us find your perfect seaside or country home for you! Want some ideas for your country or seaside cottage in Devon or Cornwall? Follow our board - https://uk.pinterest.com Mixed fountain grasses plus pee gee hydrangea, white echinacea ("White Swan"), plus possibly some oak leaf or Annabelle, plus possibly low white carpet rose. Maybe add Icicle White Veronica or similar. Do Russian sage and grasses near steps.
If you’re looking for a really easy, fun and inexpensive way to bring some autumn decor into your home, this is for you! All it takes is a string of fairy lights (you can pick these up in pound shops / dollar stores) a collection of beautiful fall leaves, waxed paper and some Uhu glue…... Read More »
a shady courtyard of pebbles and brick paths, filled with acers, hellebores, ferns and grasses. A Buddha crafted from blue Karnataka stone, sits beneath Acer palamatum. I would love to have the space for this.
Japanese Fantasy Flowers These colourful Art Deco floral images are fine art giclee reproductions of original designs used to produce hand-painted wallpaper and are from the TROWBRIDGE antique archives.
The outline for this leaf would be ideal for an unconventional, organic and naturally shaped window, to replace the standard square hatches on board the vessel. It may also be ideal as a template for the logo to form a brand.