The Once Unpopular Gardens

I just realized there are parts of my gardens that I haven’t shown in the past, called “the unpopular gardens”. It was because it was really barren. Luckily, now everything that I’ve grown in the past year have filled out.

This area of the garden is way in the back corner with my avocado tree on the left, gladioli, daffodils, and pink bougainvillea. There is still a lot to clean up here but for now it’s quite colorful.

This area below have a lot of bearded irises, old gladiolus bulbs, daffodils, and lilies. Later in the summer and fall seasons I expect a great flowering garden here.

In the center of this group are the lavatory assurgentiflora “Island Mallow”. It hasn’t flowered yet and this is the second spring that it’s been there. Behind it are the large, silver-leafed verbascum “Arctic Summer” which have been there for two seasons and hasn’t flowered but it should flower this year.

This group has white statice growing abundantly next to a large grow bag filled with lemon basil. My Babcock peach is in the background. Purple geraniums as groundcover.

The below captures the prettiest tapestry of colors in my garden. There are blue bearded irises, pink alstroemerias, orange nasturtiums, Siberian irises, cranberry hibiscus tree, and the fading cerinthe major purpurascens “Blue Honeywort” in the front.

Below are the magnolia soulangeana tree in the front right, behind are the pink anisodontea “Strybing Beauty”, purple red roses bush, tall iochroma cyanea “Royal Blue” behind that, pink alstroemeria to the left, and chicory plants in the front left.

In this area I have the red Cinco de Mayo roses, yellow plumeria (not flowered yet), yellow roses called “Sparkle and Shine”, and chicory bush right behind it.

That’s all of my back and right side of the gardens. I hope you enjoyed the flowers presented. See you soon!


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