Sunday, 7 October 2012

PLANT BETWEEN BRICK AND MORTAR

A small plant grows between the  brick and mortar of a wall
Wall-rue (Apslenium ruta-muraria) (Probably!)                                                 
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9 comments:

Birgitta said...

What a great photo!

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

one would think it must be spring

Carver said...

I love spotting plants growing through brick and mortar.

magiceye said...

Fight for survival!

Toffeeapple said...

Tenacious!

Dimple said...

I love how plants find a root-hold in places such as this! (Except when I have to weed them out!)

Thanks for coming by!

Chuck said...

You just can't keep a good plant down. And I have a hard time getting this to survive when I treat them to a good home! Go figure.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Thanks, Birgitta.

Hello Gerald - it's spring all year - in pockets!

Hello Carver. It's impressive, isn't it, how plants can get a hold on things - except, as Dimple says, if it's in your wall and you want it out. (Hi, Dimple!)

Hello Deepak. In this case, if you saw the place, you'd realise it's the wall that's fighting for survival!

Hi, Toffee Apple. Tenacious it is!

Hello Chuck. Plants have minds of their own. They know where they want to live. It's annoying their ideas and ours don't always co-incide.

VP said...

Don't know much about plants but I like the contrast with the bricky background!