Look at the green grass in my GEORGIA GARDENS. The grass has never been more happy with the plentiful rains this summer. Getting it mowed in between rain falls has been a challenge.
Elephant Ears mingling with Iris and Susan.
Here you see a new garden I started back in spring when I tossed some seeds around. A bit wild looking now but will take shape in time.
A new lantern and shepherds hook for year round color.
Elephant Ears and Canna mingling behind the swing. The Elephant Ears shall be thinned out next spring as they have taken over this area in two years growth! Yes, they are loving all the rain this year. Stay tuned for a Posting on the Elephant Ears...
A nice view in the Semi-Formal Garden.
Angel Trumpet Garden after taking out 4 overgrown Lilies.
The Wishing Well Garden has really grown.
View to the left of our Grill/Patio area. Yes, that is one happy Fern on a stump. Here you can see pink Mandeville, Holly tree, Vinca, Liriope, Hydrangea, Prostate Yew, Rose of Sharon, Leyland Cypress and Dogwood bush that was once a tree that fell after a freak ice storm. After a smooth cut at the ground, it returned as a bush! Oh, and I forgot to point out the tall weed. ha.
And here is a second happy Fern, Hosta and Jasmine.
Spike Plant has really taken off with the ever falling rains this Summer. This plant is either 3 or 4 years old and over-winters in this pot and remains happy with our mild winters. A couple of Potato plants are dangling to give a nice RANDOM VIEW, In the Garden...
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