Shall we head in?
A species of Callirhoe and a golden form of Cedrus deadara
Clematis and Cob Webs
I really like how the color of the fine foliage from the Japanese Maple echos the colors in the ceramic piece, but I am sure that was not accidental.
A variegated Kadsura Vine (Kadsura japonica) and unusual rock formations from China
Daylilies are incorporated throughout, but this is the largest grouping of them in the garden.
Other stars of the garden on Wednesday were all the Echinaceas.
Echinacea 'Hot Papaya'
This garden sits at the end of a small peninsula and is surrounded by the native landscape. It would be a beautiful sight even without a garden, but it is amazing what a little passion can do.
You can see my full set of photos from this garden here.