They'll make an interesting couple, don't you think?
So this is it, my final post from our September trip to the Bay Area. It's a collection of things I saw driving, and walking, around the East Bay.
This is so fabulous, I wanted to see what the garden on the other side looked like, but the fence gaps just weren't big enough.
Had to be pretty cool though, right?
I wonder how long it took to get this big? Do they have to prune it?
I can't remember if it was the fence or the burnt out agave spike that caught my eye,
Definitely on the downward spiral.
But look at all the tiny babies!
Some had fallen to the ground, and yes - I picked them up. Wouldn't you?
Just down the street...I believe it's a Xanthorrhoea?
It looks like they do appreciate it.
Wowsa! So much for the front yard!
I'm sure it's a pain in the ass for them, but I couldn't help but think it's fabulous.
That's a skirt!
This was one of my major plant crushes from this trip, Eriobotrya deflexa...
The Bronze Loquat...
In the same hellstrip was this Leptospermum scoparium, which I was gaga over, yes, even the pink.
All in all it was a very good vacation, the Bay Area holds many plant treasures and interesting discoveries. Now I get to focus on writing about our Christmastime trip to San Diego and Los Angeles! So many good things ahead...
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