Landscape & Gardening

What’s Blooming Now

I chose to photograph the terrace from the front to show all of the new elements. Unfortunately doing so also captured my neighbor’s “collection”. Eventually the antique rose bushes along the fence will grow larger and help screen out that view.
I chose to photograph the terrace from the front to show all of the new elements. Unfortunately doing so also captured my neighbor’s “collection”. Eventually the antique rose bushes along the fence will grow larger and help screen out that view.

These two Lindheimer’s muhly suddenly bloomed while I was away in Newport during the first two weeks of October. I wasn’t expecting this kind of show so late in the season. Boy, what a surprise! And what a wonderful frame for my new teak bench and cast stone planter. I’ve planted a Squid Agave in this planter, because it’s a perennial that can endure full sun all day, intense summer heat, and dry conditions.

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