Seabrook Island includes community garden plots. Today’s photo shows plot 14 which is an impressive setup. In addition to raised garden beds made from really nice wood, they also have deck and chairs. To watch the green things grow.
Another contribution of Fall colors. This splash of red caught my eye and I’m interested in learning about more about the plant. A Google image search finds that this is a Yaupon Holly plant. I assume the Holly plant is branching up into an Oak tree and that this large tree will not be completely covered in red.
In the past I have always thought of Holly plants as small bushes which might reach six feet in height.
Anyone with knowledge on this please leave a comment.
Today’s photo shows a mash scene from Seabrook Island. This photo was taken to share the purple colors for the grass on edge of the marsh. Unfortunately I don’t know the name and googling has not helped, I will ask the neighbors and will share the name.
Spanish moss is ubiquitous on Seabrook Island so scenes such as this are common. A search of Google finds that the plant is often associated with Southern Gothic imagery and Deep South culture. But what I found humorous is the the following story of the origin of Spanish moss:
It is called “The Meanest Man Who Ever Lived”. The man’s white hair grew very long and got caught on trees