Tamarisk plants that choke the riparian areas in western states were imported in the 1800’s from Southern Europe. They are disliked because they reportedly use too much water and grow in uncontrollable abundance. However, many people secretly love them for their beautiful fern like foliage that turns a gorgeous rose color in the fall. This little cove is framed by a beautiful fall Tamarisk in full bloom.
12"x18" Oil on Panel/Available