Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Southern Exposure



Gardening is gratifying any time of the year, but there's something about Spring that makes it even more so. Perhaps it's all those bulbs that put on such a show. The California wildflowers want to get into the act and crowd the perennials for a spot in the border. The snapdragons tower over them all, until they give a nod to the foxgloves, who take a turn as tallest and then make way for the cannas as spring too quickly fades to summer.

2 comments:

Rick Lee said...

Wow... is that your garden? Beautiful.

Golden West said...

Hi Rick, Yes, that's the view out my front window. I'm a big fan of your website and admire your photos greatly. Thanks for stopping by!