March 7, 2020

MAR 7, ponytail palm


limerick; trees; ponytail palm; elephants foot; Beaucarnia recurvata; housplants; Giorgio Coniglio


trees; ponytail palm; elephants foot; Beaucarnia recurvata; housplants; Giorgio Coniglio




Bonus wordplay-map:


wordplay; map;  palindromes; Americas; Giorgio Coniglio

List of slides: ponytail palm, verse and notes + new world palindromes#10

March 6, 2020

MAR 6, Norway maple










You can review these illustrated verses in a wider context by proceeding to 'Uprooted verse: Limericks about Trees' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'. 

Bonus wordplay-map:




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March 4, 2020

MAR 4, drain the swamp (egg-thievin' raccoon)










Confession: The raccoon in the upper illustration was in fact photographed by G.C. in Toronto, Canada (it had invaded his upper front porch).


You can review these illustrated verses in a wider context by proceeding to 'Immersible Verse: Limericks about Waterfowl' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'. 


Bonus wordplay:





List of slides: 'egg-thievin' raccoon' verses A and B, + magical palindromes (fourth set)

March 3, 2020

MAR 3, oystercatcher











You can review these illustrated verses in a wider context by proceeding to 'Immersible Verse: Limericks about Waterfowl' on the full-service blog 'Edifying Nonsense'. For those curious about the sites of the pictures, we obtained the photo in the first slide in Mt. Pleasant S.C., and in the second slide on a sandbar in Everglades National Park. 



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March 2, 2020

MAR 2, Swamp Cabbage Festival, LaBelle, Florida














photo courtesy of Uncommon Solutions
Florida; armadillos; travel destinations



















Be sure not to miss out on illustrated information about the role of the palmetto tree in South Carolina. Check the righthand margin of the blog to find the links to 'PAST POSTS", then click to study the posted nonsense from the last week. 


March 1, 2020

MAR 1, sabal palmetto C (bootjacks)













Sabal Palmettos, native trees growing along the southeastern and Gulf coastlines of the United States, are also distributed and planted in the temperate portions of the country further west; their particular role in South Carolina is discussed in verses in the post “South Carolina: The Palmetto State".


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List of slides: sabal palmetto C verse and notes(2), + OldWorld palindromes#9