I always check out this great pond first because it's close to the parking lot and the shade section. I do love plants that grow in full blazing sun but my garden doesn't have much of that anymore.
Also, these columns are close to the pond and I must look at them and drool! If only they were hollow and could be filled with concrete once put in place. Unfortunately, they are solid and would make the back of my car drag on the road all the way home.
Dig this plant combo. Tres cool!
This Drimys winteri var. chiloense 'Pewter Pillar' is showing up at nurseries in the area. It's a Dan Hinkley/Monrovia introduction.
Savage has a lot of cool yard art. Love this sphere.
Different take on the bottle tree concept.
The following arbors and gate are gorgeous. If they came home with me, there would be so many plants growing on them that the beauty of the structure would probably get lost in all the foliage.
Great screens. I do love the rusty metal!
Sea horse made of horse shoes. Clever!
Impatiens omeiana looking absolutely stunning. Ceramic flowers are interesting, too.
Every garden needs a kitty & this one won't use your flower beds as a litter box!
This is called "painted tiara." Might be a little difficult to wear to the opera but it's pretty nifty!
A little something for the xeric garden. I think Loree and Stephen might need these!
The idea of a fire pit is very attractive to me. I've had chimineas and fire pits but so seldom used them that the chimineas are now used to elevate pots and the fire pit has become a sedum bowl. These fire pits/ bowls are gorgeous. What could we plant in them?
There are always some great things to discover inside the store. Saturday is the autumnal equinox, the official beginning of fall, and Savage is ready!