The event space gazebo is looking lovely with evergreens and white pansies at it's feet.
Bright red berries on a viburnum add seasonal cheer.
Lovely gift choices for gardeners abound at Windmill even now.
Perhaps not everyone wants a holly plant. Birds love the seeds so they spring up like weeds all over my garden.
Winter pansies are pretty wonderful. When it freezes outside, like it has right now, they lay down flat on the ground and they look like they're goners. A little warming and they stand back up and continue blooming.
This mutant artichoke is very Dr. Seussian!
Meanwhile in the indoor plant area lots of plants were wearing red, pink, and green for the Holiday season! Rex Begonias always scream "Merry Christmas" no matter the time of year.
Bromeliads will be blooming for months!
This one called my name, there were two of them and they were very reasonably priced. Maybe I need to go back.
These Cryptanthus also wanted to hitch a ride home with me but the house is pretty full of plants right now.
They'd be really sweet in my classroom though.
Did everyone's grandmother, great aunt, and second cousin by marriage twice removed have a Schlumbergera or two that would be marveled over at bloom time? Seeing them in bloom reminds me of many of my relatives who grew/ still grow them.
The Easter Bunny seems to be trying to pick up some off-season work. Just don't stroke this bunny's ears! You have been warned!
As Loree says, If you look hard enough, there's always an agave.
And what's this? Looking pretty dangerous.
Lots of little Agave 'Jaws'
With this informative leaflet. Hmm, Agaves in pots; what a great idea!
Someone has been reading Danger Garden!