Monday, June 11, 2012
My camera can capture slices of my gardens. This one, taken yesterday, has the texture of the Bay Port stone that contrasts with the spikey lines of daylily leaves and salvia flowers. The reds and whites are geraniums; there is a touch of a pink rose. Yellow and green low sedum accents the edge of the rocks.
As in most spots of my gardens, there are hostas. The plant pictured came from my Dad and Mom's farm in Wisconsin many years ago. Lots of hostas in our gardens are divisions of those original hostas, brought to Michigan when our kids were little.
Wanda Hayes Eichler