East Border; & Green & White.
Wayside Garden’s spring catalog cover was all green & white – and it was incredibly beautiful. It made me long for my own green & white area. I was surprised, this spring, to realize I have little micro-areas of green & white. I recently planted six White Gumpo azaleas, which are Satsuki azaleas. They are dwarf, growing only 18-24″ tall with a mature spread of 36″. So I am looking forward to seeing them bloom this year. Satsukis bloom a little later than other azaleas, so their white blossoms won’t be part of the early green & white presentation. I will definitely go back to Latham’s Nursery and buy some Azalea ‘White Gardenia’ variety, which I saw blooming there last week. Then I can have a more intense presentation of green & white at this time each year.
East border. Green & White & Pink!
The moss pathway is greening up.
My green & white Lily of the Valley.
Green & White with Carolina Allspice’s burgundy blossoms.
Newly planted Gumpo dwarf azalea in foreground, and pale apricot Drift Roses.
Gardenia (creeping dwarf) happy in its new home since last summer.