Insect (book) habitat?
Oh, the big beautiful pots...
In just a few more days these peonies and gardenias will be popping open. It's difficult, even with greenhouse magic, to get everything blooming at the exact same moment.
Speaking of magic...lilacs in February.
Tea cup golf.
Interesting use of these old containers among the basalt rock column bed edging.
Couldn't quite figure out what these were originally but they made an interesting wall.
Little free libraries are popping up all over the place in this neck of the woods. This one was especially darling.
A big hit of the show was this "fire" created by floating an emitter (fog machine thingy) on water and illuminating it with orange light. Pretty clever!
One of many dragons at the show, this one was particularly effective hovering over the crowd. At last report, no one was incinerated or eaten. St. George was nowhere to be found.
Elaborate and beautiful insect habitats.
These vertical arrangements of native moss and lichen garnered much attention!
The Sedum Chicks were at it again with these swell shoes planted with hardy succulents.
How is that leaf attached?
Can you believe it's March already and spring is less than three weeks away? It still feels like winter here!