Jared was right. This place has containers, lots and lots of containers. Every color, shape, size and material that you can imagine.
They also had…
Including this miniature Hosta venusta.
And lots of pansies, violas and dusty miller. Now it’s true I did post about a particular dusty miller that caught my eye last fall. But I quickly came to my senses and reverted to NOT liking dusty miller and I’ve never understood the appeal of pansies or violas. At least not in the garden, maybe as a spring lapel decoration on a 7-year old girl but that’s it.
The large leaves and deep color on this Verbascum Pandora tempted me.
They had a great selection of interesting groundcovers, like this Sedum confusum. Is that a great name or what?
When I was just about ready to leave empty handed I saw this beacon of hope peaking out from under the tent covering…my people! The spiky ones…
They had a small well edited selection.
With handsome Squid Agaves…
And a couple of fine little specimens that needed to join my collection.