Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Euscaphis japonicus....good November color
We have a lot of Euscaphis in the collection; this one at the base of Korean Hill is my favorite. Not just because I planted it 20 years ago. I like the color of its fruit. They're a lightish coral. There seems to be a good bit of variation as regards the color of the fruit from this attractively light color through a gradually darkening range that extends to rich reds. The fruit are visible in the bottom picture though their color seems distorted by the abundance of color in the photograph.
Posted by ChrisU at 3:56 PM