Loc: the ancient forests of MiddleE...
shouldn't you have said "lichen on the bark of a burgundy lace leaf myrtle" or are you trying to tell me that this is a shot of the foliage of the tree?<br>mind you .. I have no idea what a lace leaf myrtle looks like at this point in time. .. unless that is, that you are referring to the crepe myrtle.<br><br><br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
You are correct. Sometimes it is greener and lusher and we call it moss. Here are some pictures around the yard of the foliage here in the NW. So far I have not located a picture of the tree when it has the beautiful leaves. I will look. It is very nice.<br><br>http://homepage.mac.com/rockhell/PhotoAlbum3.html<br><br>
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