For those who plan to attend the garden blogger meetup in San Francisco this year, known as the Garden Bloggers Fling, here’s a tiny glimpse of what the City offers mid January. And if you haven’t decided to attend yet, … Continue reading
Posted in agaves, woody lilies, driveby gardens, garden travel, garden visit, succulents
Tagged aeoniums, Agave americana var. medio-picta 'Alba', Agave bracteosa, beschorneria, bulbinella, Chamaerops humilis 'cerifera, dyckia, Euphorbia characias wulfeniii, Garden Bloggers Fling 2013, Magnolia stellata, Palace of Fine Arts/Exploratorium, phormiums, San Francisco, sempervivums, Yucca filamentosa
And how. Then keep on doing some more. Agaves get all the love, while yuccas just quietly get the job done. Yucca filamentosa, probably ‘Golden Sword,’ name tag lost long ago. Hardy to zone 5.
(I’m describing the slow accretion of the colors selected to surround me, practiced by me, a nonprofessional. An inattentive process of anti-design, if you will.) It starts out with silver. Just silver. Silver came home first, in the form of … Continue reading