Beautiful views of Puget Sound!
Sun loving and drought tolerant plants in this area bordering a parking area.
Did you see the beautiful large callistemon in the previous picture?
Looking back up at the house from the sunny parking area below that divides the garden.
Hello Yucca rostrata, how long have you been here?
Many potted plants, some hardy, others not indicate that plant
nerds aficionados are still at the helm of this garden!
Guest house? Tool storage? Forgot to ask.
Grand staircase with half buried pots.
There's no escaping Digiplexis 'Illumination Flame' this season.
Schefflera delavayi looking very happy in it's sunny location. What a versatile plant, it also grows well in shade!
This is the other side of that cool semi-circular rock bench from an earlier photo.
Insect enjoying a leaf of Acer campestre 'Pulverulentum'
More potted treasures on the lowest deck/patio/seating area.
Begonia 'Fireflush' in front of a collection of maianthemums (guessing.)
Someday my Pyrrosia sheareri will look like this.
Seems like we shop at the same nurseries! Acer palmatum 'Fairy Hair' whose foliage turns brilliant red in the fall.
View from the deck.
Aesculus hippocastanum laciniata.
I'd never seen a variegated fig leaf before.
Holding area where lots of treasures await planting in the garden along with that cool greenhouse where I imagine the tender potted plants spend the winter.
Although, it looks pretty full already!
Thanks again Alison for the opportunity to see this incredible garden about which I'd heard so much. Happy weekend all!