Collection by Margo Mills Wayman Fallis

Margo Mills Wayman Fallis
Bamboo Trees in Sri Lanka. "Serendip" is a former name of Sri Lanka ("serndipity"). Bamboo Tree, Giant Bamboo, Bamboo Grass, Bamboo Stalks, People Of The World, Amazing Nature, Amazing Grass, Belle Photo, Trees To Plant

Man climbing bamboo tree - Sri Lanka 83 sc0005 c

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Bamboo: clumping, cold hardy variety,(Fargesia robusta "Campbell") at Bamboo Garden in North Plains, Oregon Outdoor Plants, Outdoor Gardens, Fargesia Robusta, Landscape Design, Garden Design, Clumping Bamboo, Ornamental Grasses, Plantation, Garden Art

View Plant

Great Plant Picks is an educational program of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden, recommending outstanding plants for gardeners living west of the Cascade Mountains from Eugene, Oregon, USA to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

"BAMBOO FACTS: Bamboo is technically a kind of grass, and it grows like grass- sometimes up to 3 or 4 feet in one day. bamboo can be harvested in 3 years’ time, while an oak tree may require 120 years to grow to maturity. World Of Color, Color Of Life, Go Green, Green Colors, Pretty Green, Colours, Kelly Green, Mint Green, Bamboo Tree

don't call me betty

i simply like pictures from all sorts of things.the pictures i blog here are not mine. i found them here on tumblr or all over the internet. if you see your picture here and it is not linked to you or you want to be credited, please contact me =)>

Bamboo forest in Arashiyama district, Kyoto, Japan.A walk through the serene green Bamboo forests in Arashiyama district in Kyoto Japan. Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds, Kanazawa, Pathways, Japan Travel, Wonders Of The World

Tenryū-ji bamboo forest - Kyoto

Just out side of Tenryū-ji garden, really stunning, breathtaking scene. Taken using Nikon D200 & 50mm AIS f/1.4 @ f/1.4

Koson Ohara 小原古邨 "Tree sparrow and bamboo" Japanese Illustration, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Ohara Koson, Art Chinois, Japan Painting, Art Asiatique, Japanese Prints, Chinese Prints

Koson Ohara

* Koson Ohara 1877-1945 A cuckoo Although he was a ukiyo-e artist Koson Ohara originally studied painting and became proficient in both watercolours and oils. Flowering wisteria and insect In the early 1900s during the Russo-Japanese war he produced war prints as the interest in traditional ukiyo-e had all but died out. Flycatcher and spider But within ten years the camera had replaced the print maker as the medium for disseminating news Hawk and setting sun Koson is the best known print…