A few years ago I blogged about my mother-in-law’s beautiful garden. We don’t get to Delaware every year and it’s always a treat to get out of the car after our long journey and step into the garden. It’s interesting and whimsical and fun!
We caught the last little bit of larkspur and that very long coned rudbeckia..
The larkspur adds pops of color everywhere.
I haven’t seen this in Massachusetts.
The shagbark hickory tree has grown and become the focal point in the last few years…
with good reason.
Elephant’s ear winters over in Delaware, imagine that?
I love this little clay birdhouse/feeder and I’m wondering what that tall plant to the left might be?
Looking out toward the back yard…
Michael’s mom is an avid garage sale and thrift shop hunter so the ornaments are always changing.
The hear no evil statue is a new addition. I thought it was funny that Michael just gave me a similar statue a few weeks ago.
This guy continues to keep watch from the deck.
He has help now.
And Chester takes care of on the ground surveillance.
I think they’ve got it covered.
It was a fun visit in a beautiful place. I hope we return soon!