Dry garden

Jeff Calton's day starts early with a bit of morning gardening.  The early bird certainly does catch the worm it appears!

"Out early as it will be another scorcher later today. The yard/garden is filling in and now it's Annabelle hydrangea season and I have quite a few. They are all Incrediball hygdrangeas but this year's don't look so much different from regular Annabelle's.  Lots of color abounds and I'm not sure if I achieved the goal of full color or created a flashback of some sort of bad trip."

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Backyard looking north

Dahlia American Beauty

Driveway bed planted last fall

Another glance at my dry garden

Hydrangea Incrediball

Manfreda Chocolate Chip (Tim Vojt's fault that I have three)

More Incrediball, 'tis the season!

Only one Calla flower this year

Patio entry bed with the moss slab

Succulent flying saucer

West island, there is always an agave

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