I got out this morning to capture some morning sunshine photos... As I type its already approaching the 90F mark at 10am... its going to be a scorcher.
Schefflera Taiwaniana 'yuan shan.' I've gone back to that name for now...
It's hard to tell, but the overall height of this chamaerops is over 6ft.
Reach for the sky!!! I don't even know how tall the bananas are anymore. All I know is that I have to kink my neck back to look up at it. This is my best banana year yet!
Yucca rostrata 'sapphire skies.' I love this plant! I have to contain myself whenever I go the nursery not to buy more and more of them. But the hunt still continues for the right trunking yucca rostrata at the right price.
Bay Laurel... I love having fresh bay for cooking! But this little guy got some damage last winter. I think this might just be a bit of a weakling. Hopefully now that its a little more established it will do better.
It's most certainly a jungle back here.
mack daddy trachy
The morning sun illuminates this planting of yucca rostrata, yucca rigida, and of course a couple trachycarpus fortunei.
Well thats it for now. But if you want to check out more great foliage head on over to Pam's blog digging.