Springtime splendor II

Nepeta Little Trudy® with sea kale and Purple Mountain® sun daisy.

Another landscape shot in a very low-water (xeriscape) garden in northern Colorado in late May.  Little Trudy® is a new dwarf form of catmint with tiny leaves, showy flowers and is sterile! Sea kale is the large white flowering plant (Crambe maritima), and to the right is Purple Mountain® sun daisy (Osteospermum barberiae), another Plant Select® introduction.

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2 Responses to Springtime splendor II

  1. Absolutely stunning. They sure look familiar!

  2. Whose gorgeous garden is this anyway (we need credits on this sort of thing don’t we?)…

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