Author Archives: Linda Hudson

first crest, successive crests

this is the first crested plant I grew. 2005. Grew, well, not really. I found this Aeonium “sunburst” doing what its doing in sharp contrast to the  the other big faces of the entire plant. Crests are an aberration that … Continue reading

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blue red divide

when did we begin to slam colors together? the contrast and the abruptness is so good. 

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pearls getting longer

  I planted the ‘string of pearls beads’ Senecio rowleyanus in 2013. In 2014 pearls were getting longer. However, the plants were slightly stressed from too much afternoon sun. I ended up covering the tops over the summer to protect … Continue reading

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slow process, fans on front

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Incremental Progress, the start

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Ten years ago I read an article in a Futurist magazine about change. The premise was that the way we experience change is, well, changing. Writing in 2005, the author stated that by 2025 what we now think of as … Continue reading

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