The Dry Corner is a patch at the entrance/exit to the garden, the point at which one walks out into the big world (generally headed straight to the horse corrals). As it is furthest from the shade of the patio, I decided to make it the area where I used the most obviously xeric plants. This gives it a little different character than the rest of the garden, but also allows me to trial some wonderful species in an area reserved for their preferences.
I have developed the garden more or less from the edge of the patio downward (the west edge of the garden), though gaps exist throughout. So the east border, with the Dry Corner at one end, is one of the least fully planted areas. Featuring it for the end of the month view has changed that a little. I have gone ahead and added a few plants over the last couple of months. Here we are now...
Well, that is all for this month's update. As always, I will link with the End of the Month View meme at The Patient Gardener, where many other updates can be followed as well.
One last picture of Anigozanthos "Bush Ranger", the wonderfully deep red flower in the Dry Corner.