I said, "You could lift me high in the air and I could take Garden Photos." And he did.
View of the Yellow Rose Bed in Panorama mode.Daylilies on the near side hide dying daffodil foliage. The Daylilies are already blooming. In the middle are Shasta Daisy plants and White Pentas are just beginning to bloom. The right end is anchored with a golden Euonymous and the big thing on the left is a white Crape Myrtle. We're a month from Crape Myrtle blooms.
He parked in four different spots and sat patiently while I played photographer. I was ready to come down after I stayed in the air and he moved the tractor forward about fifty feet, that last time.
Curiously, aerial shots are not always the best views. The ones toward the sun were definitely not good. I was so hoping to show you the buds in the top of 'Little Gem' Magnolia.
We've had a long day. A new path is mowed behind the azalea walk. I had to dig out a huge hydrangea, pieces at a time and dig out some rooted azalea pieces that would otherwise be mowed. I can hardly wait to show you it, at ground level.
More to come from this old woman who was really 'high' -- in the air -- this afternoon.