When you’re at the beach, but it’s still your day to post …

When you’re at the beach, but it’s still your day to post …

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… you discuss sand castle landscaping. Here is a fine example that probably looked even better before it got a night’s worth of rain. Note the minimal yet effective use of beach grasses and other plants to lightly adorn the structure.

It reminds me that the grasses are themselves guardians of a fortress of sorts—the dune system that keeps this beach viable. In any case, it’s one of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever seen, and the limited variety of plants that inhabit add to its beauty. Here’s a storm approaching:

Can you guess where this is? I admit I’ve not given many visual clues, but some might be able to.

Posted by

Elizabeth Licata
on July 12, 2016 at 1:42 pm, in the category Gardening on the Planet.

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    • Sue
    • 6th May 2016

    Nagshead NC

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