Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Lichen on Rocks

I really think it's pretty. Thought you might too! Have a great Tuesday!


tina said...

It IS very pretty. Such character too.

GardenJoy4Me said...

Hi Cindee ! I have this growing on my driftwood and I love it too : )
I think it adds character to the garden and signs of unusual life too ! Great pictures girl : )

Cinj said...

I have lichen on my trees, but it seems to stay away from my rocks. Strange. It's so interesting to look at, isn't it?

cindee said...

Hi Tina,
It does have a lot of character. So unusual!

Hi Joy,
Oh I bet it would look beautiful on the driftwood. It is so cool with its different textures.

Hi Cindy,
I haven't seen it on the trees here but I am going to keep looking. Maybe it is on trees here too(-: It would look awesome on them also!

Darla said...

Interesting for sure!

Brenda@View From The Pines said...

Anything natural and I'm sold.

flowergardengirl said...

I do--I think it's really cool. The second one looks like a little girl in a frilly dress. She's smelling a bouquet of flowers.

cindee said...

Hi Darla,

Hi Brenda,
I love things that are nature made too!

Hi Flowergardengirl,
You are right. I didn't notice that before. Good eye! That makes it even more cool(-:

perennialgardener said...

It adds such character & age to those rocks. Pretty!

WiseAcre said...

I love Lichen covered rocks. It adds so much character to stone. I've got my eye on a boulder that is covered with what looks to be the same stuff. I'll be moving it as soon as I find the right garden spot for it. (and someone willing to pay for my back surgery)

Keep looking for more. It seems it's Lichen season and some are producing fruiting bodies. I was surprised to find the Matchstick - British Soldiers so early in the spring.