Driveway is dressed for the season!
One of Todd's specialties is water features and there is a great ever-changing display of drilled rocks with cascading water on one side of the parking lot. Love this one with all of the moss!
Shimmering in the light. Perhaps next spring we'll add something like this to our garden.
A nice selection from which to choose.
Fall, winter, and spring are when evergreens really shine.
Interesting use of what might be a Christmas tree topper.
There are also glass panels with incredible prices (lower than the materials cost wholesale!)
Hmm...Loree's Ornamental Kale and Cabbage challenge ends on November first.
Very well stocked for this time of year and with a sale going on...
Fifty percent off all tropicals. If only I had a greenhouse. O wait, I do!
Hummingbirds in the perennial area are a sign of a great nursery!
Those who don't believe in agaves will never find them.
Hydrangea Lemon Wave has gorgeous foliage and so so flowers but you can always clip them off.
Speaking of foliage, autumn is making it's presence known!
Don't know the name of this Pinus but the 30 foot specimen caught the rays of the sun beautifully. Oh to have enough space to grow every gorgeous tree!
Part of a large stream that flows through the property.
This little guy was sure enjoying skipping stones.
A working/storage area on some of the acreage at the back of the nursery and gardens. Look at that great bamboo!
A great place for a stroll which might keep the non-gardener with whom you live busy for a while.
Happy koi in the pond near the gumball machine full of fish food. Great activity for kids of all ages.
The jury's still out on these. Maybe in the right context...
Clever use of ladders. The niece in Alaska might need one of those dragonflies.
I found a few more spring bulbs (ten percent off already!) to add to the not-yet-planted collection.
Dahlia in one of the gardens surrounding two sides of the parking area. So fresh and delicate looking, it has no idea that it's time to stop blooming. Dahlias are quirky that way.
Next spring and summer, I'll definitely visit Todd's! Really, I mean it this time. Do you have nurseries in your area that you kick yourself for not visiting more often?