Sunday, June 28, 2015

Random June Moments

One of the planted Copenhagen troughs leftover from the early June sale.  

View of our deck with fig tree.

An order of four troughs ready for delivery.

Tons of texture and color in the small garden by the garage.  Catmints are due for a haircut.

Detail of hesperaloe flower spike.  I brought a piece from the Brooklyn garden nine years ago.  This is the first year that it's bloomed.

Southern magnolia randomly throws beauty throughout June.

The deutzia and the hakonechloa grass are making entreaties across the path to the back garden.

The yellowwood tree (I can't call it a sapling anymore) must be 12' tall now.  I think it's been in three years now.  Maybe it will bloom in 7-8 years.

Annabelle is having her best year yet, probably because of all of the rain.  They aren't called 'HYDRA'ngeas for nothing.

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