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One of the joys of plants is the many and varied textures that can be observed in leaves and flowers. These photos show some of these from the garden that have caught our eyes.

Acer dissectum leaves

Acer dissectum

Athyrium nipponicum var. pictum fronds

Athyrium nipponicum var. pictum

Fruiting bodies of wild fungus

Wild fungus

Fallen leaves of winter

Winter leaves

Mahonia leaves

Mahonia leaves

Eucalyptus leaves covered with frost

Eucalyptus with frost

Moss on a granite boulder

Moss on granite

Moss on granite

Moss on granite

A spiky-looking mound of Hakonechloa macra

Hakonechloa macra

Nassella tenuissima grass

Nassella tenuissima

Sempervivum leaves


Yellow chrysanthemum flowers

Yellow chrysanthemums

Varied textures of plants in May

Textures of May

Bergenia ciliata leaves

Bergenia ciliata

Red ruffled leaves of heuchera

Heuchera leaves

Alchemilla mollis

Alchemilla mollis