|Here it is again lining a path in the back garden|
There's more Sesleria planted at the bottom of the slope but I didn't take a photo of it; however, I can't resist sharing a photo of the foxtail agaves (Agave attenuata) I planted down there as pups at least 3 years ago. They were beautifully backlit by the morning sun.
|There's not much color back there yet, although the Euphorbia 'Dean's Hybrid' surrounding the agaves has started to bloom. It's a great filler and tolerant of the very dry conditions in this area.|
Finally, I'm showcasing a new addition to my plant collection, received by mail order just last week.
|This is Senecio candicans 'Angel Wings'. I fell in love with it when I saw it advertised in an on-line nursery post.|
|My plant's still small but I gave it a good-sized pot to grow in. As I'm not sure how much sun it'll be able to take when summer gets going here, the pot will allow me to move it around as needed.|
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