Repeating Patterns in London Pride

The current Wits End Weekly Photo Challenge is Repeating Patterns.

My first thought was snow on evergreen branches as I have taken a few shots that would work recently. However, patterns in nature is something that I have photographed over the years and I had a selection to pick from.

In the end I went with a photo of London Pride, a fairly common garden plant in the U.K. I find the toothed leaves interesting and the red centre to the rosette of leaves add to the pattern. The red centres are where the plant is starting to flower.

London Pride plant.

6 thoughts on “Repeating Patterns in London Pride”

  1. A much underrated plant – once so urbane and thus overlooked but your photo captures the textured rosettes so beautifully – proves perhaps that they should be planted in large clumps instead of the dotted here and there

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    1. Thanks Laura. It’s one of those plants that I find visually interesting. I suspect that most gardeners don’t find it as interesting.

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