I love to travel, but my garden hates it. But, theoretically, it really shouldn’t be that difficult, leaving the garden for a few days in late June.
Most of the pots are filled with succulents this summer. Nothing too tricky.
Except for maybe the Musschia wollastonii, which is always poised to collapse. Whether [...]
If nature abhors a vacuum, then I am nature’s willing handmaiden. By late May, the garden is stuffed, bursting at the seams like this potted Euphorbia tirucalli.
Echevarias and sedums tucked into every available spot. Euphorbia ‘Diamond Frost’ filling in again after laying low over the winter.
Atriplex hortensis, the purple orach, and [...]