Rainforest riches - Australian Geographic ~ Fruit of the brown tulip oak (Argyrodendron trifoliolatum). When caught in the wind, the propeller-like fruit twirl over and through the forest - carrying the seeds well away from the parent tree
D is loving the dark rich colors that come with fall and yesterday, while cyber visiting with Katie Armour of the neo-traditionalist, I stumbled upon this lush botanical image by photographer Kari Herer. Dark burgundy peonies… possibly
Tree Peony 'Isadora' Nassos Daphnis called this "the most unusual flower" after creating the fragrant bloomer named for dancer Isadora Duncan. Yellow with a red overcast and a burgundy heart, the flower changes hues as it matures.