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Due to a very busy schedule and other challenges, I’ve neglected to post two blogs that I has been working on in the last week or two.  I think this one was from two Thursdays ago but I thought it important to share the photos for sure!  Above is Queen Anne’s lace (Daucus carota) which looks great when at peak.  The top photo features our Gothic color theme in the entrance garden which continues to fill in nicely. I wont recall all the great staff and volunteer help we had on that Thursday but rest assured it was significant!

‘Armor Orange’ cockscomb (Celosia cristata) – annual

Dr. Gredler, our “Superintendent of Sod”, keeps up with plenty of mowing!

‘Armor Yellow’ cockscomb (Celosia cristata) – annual

‘The Rocket’ ligularia (Ligularia stenocephala) – perennial

sunken garden above

silver spurflower (Plectranthus argentatus) – annual

‘Black & Blue’ anise sage (Salvia guaranitica) – annual

fragrant heliotrope (Heliotropium arborescens) above and below – annual (fragrant!)

the sunken garden

entrance garden (above)

‘Chocolate Royale’ painted tongue (Salpiglossis sinuata) – annual

Nancy (The Flower Factory) had a great talk/presentation on late season perennials with 45 in attendance

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