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Performance art in your garden

Performance art: isn’t that what your garden’s all about?  Certainly, birds dance for free when possumhaw holly berries are on stage.

Possumhaw holly berries

What about a little plant that gets encores at dinner?

organic broccoli

Like mimes, plants reach for the sky to silently gather us into their unfolding stories.

Gazania bud Lady Banks rose sky scabiosa glow

Bulbs like Gladiolus tristis stand in the wings until spring’s stage manager gives them their cue.

gladiolus tristis

Others take center stage all the time, though they get a little upstaged when a flamboyant star commands the spring run.

agave mountain laurel silver germander combo

Then there are those that know they’re just one-hit wonders.

ornamental kale pink and white sweet pea

Though, California poppies might make a return run next year if they liked the venue.

california poppy

Some are delighted to have a small part and happy to return again next year; see you then!

Arum italicum

Sometimes, we just have to sit back and applaud.

purple bench in Lucinda Hutson's garden

Gardeners can pick their own performance.

No lawn curb strip and front mexican river stone circle beautiful wildflower garden Dani and Gary Moss

Turning problems into art always gets rave reviews.

blue marbles driveway crack

With creativity, we turn has-beens into stars once again.
bedspring bottle arbor

Variegated wandering jew lavender pot Succulent in pitcher

We know how to spin bad reviews when they hail on us.

prickly pear cactus cute carving

And we never lack an audience.

sunflower with bee

In our gardens, we open the doors to performance art every single day.

Blue gates entrance to vegetable garden

Until next time, have fun performing in your garden!  Linda