They've moved things around a bit since my last visit and the spray-painted bicycle wheel flowers on the left seem to be a summer theme throughout the nursery. Fun idea.
Wheelbarrows as art. This makes a lot of sense for people who don't have a lot of storage space.
High summer and color abounds!
We're so lucky to live here where we can have a touch of the tropics in our gardens and still have winters cool enough for tulips, peonies, and lilacs.
One can't grow everything and my couple of citrus plants were given away this year but this display is sure nice.
Bring on those warm colors!
If it gets too hot, cool pot colors might help.
Speaking of pots, Molbak's always has some unusual offerings.
Serious lust for the chartreuse pots but they were a bit pricey and it might get lost in all of the visual clutter of my spaces.
Stop by the cafe for a drink?
A tropical paradise.
Inside, there were tables of more tender succulents and cacti but certainly these would be considered houseplants and not succulents that would be on sale, right?
WRONG! Hooray! Sorry semps, back you go.
I've been in love with Aloe marlothii since I first saw one in the Danger Garden. It did not hesitate to jump into my cart!
Aloe arborescens variegata also needed a ride to my place.
Agave celsii 'Multicolor' baby needed adopting too.
Cereus peruvianus. Swoon. Maybe I should go back and get it?
This inexpensive head planter also came home with me. Aren't the white painted concrete things on which it's sitting cool?
Doesn't everyone need an orange giraffe vase? It stayed at the shop.Jean grows them all over her Georgia garden. Does anyone have experience with growing these in the pacific northwest?
Next on the retail therapy tour were Barone Garden Decor and Flower World. Stay tuned for posts!