Before the sweltering heat sets in, I vowed to spend a little more time enjoying the garden. This morning, my Hypericum still had a few blooms left.
Salvia Amistad adds splashes of purple. Whenever I trim this plant back I make new cuttings to continue repeating this plant throughout the garden.
Aspidistra milky way is a spotted form of cast iron plant that has found a happy home in this concrete urn planter.
A variegated house plant provides a bold contrast to the Asiatic jasmine ground cover.
The shady garden is composed of lots and lots of green. Persian shield breaks up the monochromatic color scheme.
With all the rain we received in May, the creek is flowing and soothing sounds of water fill the garden. All the more reason to experience the joy my garden brings me this time of year!