Come with me for a quick walk through the gardens, starting near the house.
Brugmansias in a last hurrah.
Looking SW in front of the house across White Shrimp
Plant and red Pentas toward a bed of Lycoris radiata.
From the Front Gardens we go up these rough steps to the Upper Garden. There are Angel Wing Begonias atop the dry stacked brick wall at right, Salvia leucantha coming into bloom beyond in front of rosemary and farther in, Lycoris radiata.
The Upper Garden has long paths. Stick House at left overlooks a field of
Peanuts ready for harvest when the rain moves out.
Long paths through the Upper Garden end at the Oval Lawn on the east end.
Roses, Pentas and a late blooming Brug blooming in this bed.
Understory trees include Dogwood and Loropetalum.
Dogwoods have berries, Loropetalum has fall rebloom.
Two views of the Pole Garden on the upper side of
the Upper Garden. Summering tropical plants have
already left the their pole pedestals.
Field road through the north side of the Upper
Garden which has a bottle tree and Tropical plants.
Thanks to Ronnie of Hurtled to 60 for the reminder that it was time to join Helen at a Patient Gardener for end of month views.