On to this month's favorites!
|As I've recently spent considerable time working on the succulent bed in front of our garage (described here), I'd plenty of time to admire the large, multi-trunked Agave attenuata I inherited with the garden. Not only is it a beautiful specimen of its species, it's also the source of many of the pups I've cut and relocated to other parts of the garden. As the photo on the right shows, there are more good sized pups available now, which I may soon move elsewhere.
|Erigeron glaucus 'Wayne Roderick' wins a spot on this month's list just because it's so darn pretty. It blooms intermittently throughout the year.
|Trichostema 'Midnight Magic' is a hybrid form of our native wooly blue curls. The latter is an extremely finicky plant that I've killed twice. This one is much more at home in a garden setting. It flowers sporadically.
That's it for this month's favorites. Visit Loree at danger garden to find her picks. And, if you'd like to see what's looking good across the pond right now, visit Chloris at The Blooming Garden.
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