I've still got things to share from the Washington D.C. area Garden Bloggers Fling last June. I started editing my photos from the U.S. Botanic Garden, and realized these images from the Children's Garden (just outside the Conservatory) were so entertaining they deserved their own post.
I mean it's not everyday you see Agaves, in buckets, with rope fringe, on metal posts. Am I right?
I want to think the perforated metal might mean the posts are heaters? Then again we visited in the summertime, when there was no need for additional heat, and I read the Children's Garden is closed for the winter. Besides, that frayed rope would certainty be flammable.
Someone had a lot of fun designing this and I want to applaud them. Well done! (more photos from the Botanic Garden later in the week).
Weather Diary, Dec 18: Hi 53, Low 47/ Precip .02"
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