11 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday—Spanish Moss

    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Yes it was delicious. Crabcake served with artichoke, spinach, tomatoes in lovely sauce. Was visiting my sister in Myrtle Beach before meeting friends for a yoga retreat. Glad you got to see Spanish moss. Used to love seeing it at White Lake in NC when I was a child.

  1. Kris P

    I always think of Spanish moss as a decorative element you buy in bags – you’d never find it actually growing on trees here! I hope you enjoyed your trip.

  2. bittster

    I love a good crabcake, that lunch sounds delicious!
    Spanish moss is such an unusual plant, it always adds such a distinctly southern look to the scene. I was surprised to find out it doesn’t like growing in just any old tree. Seems it really prefers the oaks.


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