Posted on October 9, 2013 by Catherine ArcolioTouché houseplants counter the outdoor’s red, orange and yellow with pink and green Like this:Like Loading...
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Oh, good! Indoor plants getting some attention, too!
While I have plenty of windows – only a few are good for plants. Mostly greens, but I’ve got some African Violets that bloom all year round. 🙂
we have lots of deep windowsills especially for geraniums. We live in a very windy part of the North West of Ireland, so flowers get a tough time. We also use our glazed balcony for starting off seedlings in the spring
I owe my artistic success to this plant. Hgh school art teacher Jack Summers made us paint big watercolors of this plant, OVER & OVER until we could handle the flow of competing colors. LOVE the coleus.
love the lighting coming through the leaves . . . so lovely.
I’ve never had coleus before, but I will get it next year. I didn’t realize it was so beautiful!
I have some of these on my deck. They will not survive for long due to the dropping temperatures. My house is too small to accomodate all of them so I sadly watch their demise. I will plant more next summer. They love my deck.
Like the effect of the outside light shining through the leaf.
…and they will be more persistent in providing color during the winter too 🙂
Fascinating the way you were able to capture the texture as well as the beauty.
Beautiful photo of a lovely autumnal looking houseplant.
such rich colors!
Love the back lighting and composition.
I would like to say you are wonderful in your choices of subject matter!
What a creative composition for a coleus. I never appreciated them until I saw this image.