|Pennisetum purpureum 'Vertigo' in the background|
|We loved these happy zinnias|
|Malabar Spinach growing on this mailbox - so lush!|
|Multi trunk Gingko|
This gingko has a great story. It was planted back in the early 60's. The second year it was in the ground, it was run over by a lawnmower! The director decided they couldn't afford to replace it, so they just left in there. The next year it shot up multiple shoots and they just let it grow. Over the past 50 years it's been pruned into this unbelievable shape. It's really the most stunning gingko I've ever seen and I can't wait to go back in the fall and see the yellowness of it all.
|Recognize old bedsprings?|
|And bicycle wheels?|
|More zinnias, they were so fabulous!|
If you've not been to this garden, you should definitely plan a trip. I'm going back for the Pumpkin Harvest Display. Road trip, anyone?