Ribes sanguineum maybe 'King Edward VII' (Didn't check the label) Hummingbirds love this.
Terrific garden art abounds at Savage!
Yes, moss is gorgeous, fog is ethereal, and this water feature is stunning but can we have some sunny warm weather already?
Rusty metal and polished stone bench.
This "ruin" always causes me to linger, appreciate the columns and wonder where they might fit in my garden.
Everything here is displayed with elegance and style.
White is not my favorite pot color but this one, so smooth and shiny, displayed in front of the rough tree bark with the white edged foliage in the foreground is simply marvelous! Context is everything.
Speaking of clever color placement...
Serious lust both for this piece and for a space large enough to display it.
Simple and effective rusty metal free standing panels.
Bright yellow daffodils almost make up for the lack of sun.
And as Danger says, "There's always an agave.
Can you guess from what material this quartet of Buddhas is made?
How about now? Have you seen wooden Buddhas before?
All geared up for spring. Wait, that Black Mondo Grass...
is variegated! Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Edge of Night' was new to me so it had to jump into the plant mobile. Kind of silly in retrospect because from a distance it looks like regular Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens.' Must find a way to display it at eye level so that I can ooh and aah over those green and white stripes.
Ooh, what a great combination. Must remember to steal this idea for my own garden.
Inside the gift shop table after table overflowed with marvelous stuff.
Troll pot made by a local artist.
These remind me of blogging pal Linda's clam digging adventure. Are they laughing at her. You just watch out, silly mollusks, Linda'll get you next time for sure!
Despite our unusually wet winter and cold spring, we're still very lucky to live in horticultural paradise with so many delightful nurseries in the region.