Wednesday, May 05, 2010
"I cannot think why the yuccas are so little used. Once in midwinter I went into a little garden that had no claim to distinction in any season, but acquired the charm of simplicity when it was reduced by frost to a pattern of brick-edged walks accented by stiff rosettes of yuccas and framed by a clipped hedge."
A Southern Garden
There are many things about to bloom in the garden and this Yucca is one of them. Many visitors are amazed by the height of this flower stalk. Also soon to flower, below, is Stewartia pseudocamellia.
Below, also is Agarista populifolia.
And last, Aesulus parviflora.