The Sango Kaku (the Coral Bark bush) is bursting into life at this time. Its pale, almost lime green leaves fringed with red, provide a delightful contrast with the deep coral bark.
Filed under Colour, Garden, Nature, Pattern, photography, Texture, Trees
Tagged as acer, Coral Bark bush, Japanese maple, new leaves, Sango-Kaku, spring
Great colours and contrast – but I also like the patterns formed by the straight stems and ‘wreaths’ of curled leaves.
I agree Noeline. In fact the background was darkened to isolate the features you have identified – they were not so prominent against a mixed backdrop of other plants and flowers.
You’ve caught its grace.
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