Autumn Woodland Plants and Seed Pods

I love to walk in woodland gardens to watch how plants grow and change with the seasons. It’s fascinating to watch how plants change color, not just with tree leaves, but ground foliage as well during the autumn time. I love to photograph these changes. Sharp contrasts in colors make for some very interesting eye-appealing photos. With most flowers and plants withering and dying this time of year, I start to look for their seed pods. Many plants have some really fascinating seed pods and seed heads! And some are very bright and colorful! Here is an assortment of photos I recently took on a walk through a woodland garden.

Spores on the underside leaves of Hart’s Tongue
Variegated Hosta
Jack-in-the-Pulpit seed head
Jack-in-the-Pulpit seed head
Japanese Grass seeds
Magnolia seed pods
Maidenhair Fern and Bloodroot
Pacific Bleeding Heart plants
Arisaema species seed head

All photos property of Peggy A Thompson

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A long time resident of Washington State, located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest USA. I enjoy regional travel, exploring all the wondrous, natural settings that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. If you get a chance, visit my Northwestphotos Zazzle store, http://www.zazzle.com/northwestphotos.
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2 Responses to Autumn Woodland Plants and Seed Pods

  1. Beautifully photographed.

Thank you!

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