IF YOU DON'T MIND, I thought I'd share a few more photos from my jaunt through the garden paths and greenhouse aisles of Dancing Oaks.
|I took this photo in the tropical greenhouse. I'm not sure, but this could be a Fuchsia.|
|I just love these guys creeping over the rocky edge.|
|Isn't this little thing a cutie pie?|
|These little Shooting Stars were in a trough hiding under a Japanese Maple.|
|I don't know why I never think to write anything down. I'm guessing this is an |
Agave, right, Loree?
|Astrantia--this is for you, Scott. I know you said you couldn't make it|
to Dancing Oaks so here you go.
|A pretty bi-colored Iris hidden within the Pulmonaria.|
|The upper ponds.|
|I'm wondering if this is Dictamnus or Gas Plant before the flowers have opened. |
Does anyone know?
|I'm not positive but this might be a Darmera peltata. The leaves on mine are slightly different so I'm not sure.|
|A tree peony, past its prime but still pretty.|
|I love Dogwood blossoms. These were really small and oh so delicate.|
|Finally, can anyone ID this plant? The tag below is for a neighboring one.|
I looks a lot like a hardy geranium but, I'm not sure and Fred was otherwise occupied thanks
to a hefty turnout that day.
Fortunately, there is a lot going on in my own garden these days. The roses and honeysuckles are beginning to bloom and the fragrance is wonderful. I'll probably post photos next time, unless I get strong-armed into going to another nursery, which is highly likely since I'm such a sucker.