I love the silvery foliage of Dymondia margaretae. It makes a fantastic drought-tolerant, no-mow lawn substitute in frost-free areas.
It might be the last year for my Trichodesma scottii, it's getting to be a bit big and is overgrowing its neighbors. It has really unusual flowers and is very drought tolerant; maybe I can try cutting it back hard and see if it can deal with that.
The Puya coerulea is dealing with the shade surprisingly well, I love the Euphorbia characias 'Dwarf' so much this time of year and the Aristea inaequalis and Graptopetalum 'Pinky' make great partners in my parking strip.
The Geranium maderense 'White' foliage is certainly nice but I sure hope they bloom this year.
My Aloe marlothii is certainly prickly. The Leek foliage makes a nice spot of blue in the front, I'm going to let them bloom just for the heck of it. Phlomis aurea never photographs as golden as it really is. The Nasturtiums are starting to pop up here and there. I'm looking forward to adding the flowers to my salads again.
I'm glad we saved a spot for all my pots against the old carport door. This area had a roof when we bought the place. We took the roof off to turn the carport into an arbor. It's been nice to have the extra garden space.
Anybody know what the succulent is spilling out of the top container? It's one of my favorites.
Miss Angelina and Mr. Adolph (Sedum 'Angelina' and Sedum x adolphii) are favorites too. They've become well-loved friends in the garden.
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