There's always a lot of great garden art here. I love the columns in the background and the metal sculpture is gorgeous! For more garden art from Savage, visit my previous post here.
In the woods, the mushrooms are looking quite shiny. Do you suppose these are edible?
O.K. I'm pretty much done with this whole vertical gardening thing but this one is kind of cool.
In the words of Scott Weber, "For the record, I'm kind of sick of succulents used as decorations. Using succulents has become the gardening equivalent of bedazzling." When you can't say it any better, why try? Although succulents are still plants that I love. A lot.
Perfect use for a fire pit!
These rusty leaf things are wonderful!
These light weight pots look very much like their heavier frost proff clay cousins. Love the color!
Sweet trillium blooming their little heads off.
There were lots of great plants at Savage but since I'd just been plant shopping all day, there was nothing that I needed. However, one of these primroses hitched a ride home with me.
And one of these. This must be the year of the primrose for me as I now have quite a collection of them waiting to be planted.
There was also a beautiful Agave 'Jaws' to replace the one below that decided to die this winter. I'll be more careful with the new one because it's a really great looking plant as can be seen here.
Hope you have a great weekend full of gardening! Lots to do this weekend! Hardy Plant Society of Oregon's spring plant sale, Hortlandia is happening in Portland, the Old Goat Farm in Orting is holding it's first garden open and plant sale of the year and the Chase Garden, just up the street from the OGF opens for the season.