Except for the caladiums, all summer annuals have been planted. I wanted to wait another week before planting the bulbs, because they have a much shorter life span than the other annuals. I take photos at the beginning and at the end of each season to keep as a record of the placement, size, and quantity of my seasonal choices. So keep in mind while viewing the photos in this post, that you are looking at plants that have yet to grow to their full potential, and those unsightly bare spots will soon fill in.
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Your garden is really beautiful and the photos are so crisp and bright! I see that you have a shady yard like I do. Thanks for your blog.
Thanks, Pat! Yep… my front garden is a bit toooo shady. Now when the backyard landscaping is finished, two thirds of that will be a sun garden, and there I can rely on the perennials for color. My front garden will always be my problem child. The only things that thrive there are mosquitos and slugs.
Yeah, Dallas means dry shade and most gardening books show moist shade–like in Houston. A real challenge.