1 East Patio
Granadilla vine at trellis near garage
Asparagus fern volunteer to replace dead granadilla outside kitchen window
Bulbine yellow flowers to replace dead Polygala
Curio rawleyanus (or is it radicans with banana shaped leaves?) String of pearls. Rosary beads. Creeping perennial succulent. Curio radicans (was Senecio)
Salvia officinalis purpurescens in tall blue pot
New legs on the trellis after the wind smashed it last November. Lost one clump of Asparagus fern.
Maidenhair fern at kitchen door
Ceropegia woodii string-of-hearts in the inherited wall fountain, newly hung on the East patio
|Ceropegia in the wall planter|
August 2015A garden that is finished, is dead - but the East Patio is planted. A quiet, green, transitional space from the house to the blue and white around the washing pergola. Three walls of spekboom hedge is the closest my garden gets to minimalism. The focal point, to replace the lime tree thru the glazed kitchen door, is a tall blue pot
|Tall cobalt blue pot with white and green leaves|
The Ungardener painted the garstigly green wall in mocha to match the house. Streptocarpus (hybrid purple) now I can use the table to display a 'flowering' pot in season.
|With Streptocarpus and Septemberbossie|
Plectranthus madagascariensis (for the white and green leaves) to spekboom planter.
Senecio macroglossus climber, sun, ivy leaves and yellow daisies to spekboom planter.
June 2015Rotheca myricoides (Clerodendrum ugandense) Oxford and Cambridge (blooming in February) 3m shrub. Outside kitchen door.
December 2014Second 2 window boxes under garage window - spekboom hedgelet from bits off the bits. First 2 window boxes under kitchen window - spekboom hedgelet. Rooted spekboom cuttings in patio planter with 2 clumps (one left in 2017) of asparagus fern from this garden (Asparagus densiflorus Cwebe perhaps?) Trellis to block the view from house to house.
|Spekboom hedgelet in January 2015|
Brazilian pepper tree was eventually felled the week before we moved in