Two views of the same area.
Last week Brugmansia blossoms numbered by dozens.
All shedded and deadheaded. There are already
new buds of good size.
Underplanting the Brug is Datura of two types.
There are Daylilies and Periwinkles.
Naked ladies on the right. Pentas on the left.
Melampodium attracted a Checkerspot on the far end.
Self-planted Melampodium is never in my plans but I always let it stay.
I think this bed can carry itself to Autumn without further planting.
Come winter, Camellias will bloom behind the boxwood and Graptopetalum
will again take the low stage on the bricks. Maybe I'll stick in some violas.
How successful are you at Succession Planting?