Huge potted dracena dot the property. I'm trying to imagine how much work it would be to bring them in for the winter.
A big peony flower has been coaxed to bloom from a tiny plant.
Brugmansia, a tropical tree, produces huge drooping flowers.
Why is this tree in a cage?
An interesting idea: creating a "stream" with glass pebbles.
The resident goat reaches for a meal.
A lovely view with a bubbling water feature.
An old grindstone repurposed as a fountain.
A series of raised vegetable beds was covered with netting
to keep the deer from munching the salad greens.
This obelisk mirrors the plants and the photographer.
A raised spiral is an interesting way to display a plant many don't like growing in their lawns: wild creeping thyme.
A fanciful sculpture of a hard-working gardener
a perfectly manicured knot garden
the perfect symmetry of culver's root (centre)
an enticing walkway
no - this isn't a tree. It's a cast-iron frame crammed full of begonias.