A small garden in the English style, set in the wilds of the northern Sonora Desert...
Such a lovely delicate little thing! It's remarkable it handles desert conditions too.
It's a real treasure for the garden here, Kris! It's said to grow naturally in seepage areas in canyons, so I keep plenty of rock around and mulch it well; and besides, it has its own olla ;-) But it came through last summer well and looks set to do the same this year!
A very pretty flower Amy. It obviously likes your garden.
Thanks so much, Angie! This is one of my favorite plants here, so I suppose it knows somehow... ;-)
Such a sweet flower!
Thanks, Kate :) For me, this one represents a lot of what I'm trying to do with this garden: find plants that are fully adapted to the region, but can be used similarly to classic garden plants...
That is beautiful.
Thanks so much RD :)