We've been very dry this past month, but cool. The impatiens are one of the few flowers than can take heat, shade, and Houston humidity. They also take water, so choose wisely. I usually don't keep them past June since they drink heavily...water that is. LOL A few tropicals are also in bloom this month. Thanks for stopping by and thanks for your gracious comments. David/ :-)
Out of 144 plants, this was the only one with this pattern. I don't recall ever seeing an impatien like this. I'm going to try to take cuttings and keep it alive as a houseplant. I really like it!
Another pretty pattern with that blush of pink and lavender.
Another 'eyed' impatien. I like this one because it is not like the typical solid pink
Another with a pattern.
Cannas are starting to bloom.
One of my Spring blooming bromeliads.
An Aechmea bromeliad in bloom.
The Loop Lawn. The pavers take the viewer in a gentle "S" to the back of the garden.
Another view of the lawn loops. I really enjoyed making these.
Here's another view of the loop garden. Texas is having the worst drought in 40 years, so it's a miracle the grass is even this green. I'm already tired of watering.
Maybe we'll get rain soon.
David & Melanie, Houston Texas