This Saturday and Sunday is the Theodore Payne Native Plant Garden Tour and my house, Garden 11, is open on Saturday.Thought I’d upload a few pictures to entice you to come. Although
some of the monkeyflowers and gilias are past prime, the garden is almost at peak.
|Chinese fringe (non-native) and flannel bush compete for showiest.
|Flannel bush flower.
|Flannel bush is abuzz with bees. You can hear it all over the yard.
|Wild onion blooming in pot.
|Seaside strawberry is in bloom also but this red leaf caught my eye.
|Pacific Coast Hybrid irises are blooming.
|One of my favorite iris hybrids (thank you, Bart).
|Woodland garden is peaceful green.
|Edibles located in sunny part of yard (bottom), flannel bush and white Chinese fringe behind.
|Flagstone path into woodland garden.
|New table and chairs beneath avocado in back awaits table top and seat cushions. (Thank you, Emily.)