THE GARDEN OF SA POSSESSED
- Author: Adam Floyd Jun 07, 2017,
Jun 07, 2017, 7:11
After the Avocado Arriate and divided from this by the path that leads to the back we have what we call Palmetum, perhaps a little pretentious, but it is where more palms are concentrated. The palm trees will eventually rise up, so under them, now a little variegated, we have planted some shrubs, some of them pruned.
View from the road below. In the background you can see the poplars and the grevillea, but they are behind this area. This area has several areas.
At the edge of the road, there is Festuca glauca and carex vareigata upholstering, behind there are some pittosporum tobira that are being cut in the form of a plate and among them ponsetias, behind them there are feathery palms.
Following the path, pelargonium zonale and violeteras upholstering.
Then and marking the vertex of the area a ficus nitida, under him, a loropetalum fire dance.
Bordering the fence of the boundary of the plot, some hydrangeas (have been changed of place) next to a Butia. p> Feathered palm trees (Syagrus romanzoffianum)
On the fence to cover there is a Russian vine and a podonea. We want to put some cypress to make a barrier to the wind, because it destroys the leaves of the palms.
In that area there is also a Paulonia and an Indian chestnut.
It is a zone a little bundled with several errors, some others can be corrected do not. We put cotoneaster horizontalis, thinking they were pyracantas, they were already transplanted.
The chestnut tree is a little boxed, but needs shade and is the only place where it had, when the palm trees rise it will be more relaxed.
This part is the one that gives to the limit of the zone by the way of yellow slabs, is a jasmine nudiflarum and next to a solanum jazminoides.
The white flower of Aesculus hippocastanum (Aesculus hippocastanum)
Under the Butia capitata, here the palm grove is less years old. You can also see a washingona. And in the background a banana tree (paradise muse) that is on the border with poplars.More news: Nido Chair by Calligaris (CS / 1267-LH)
Ficus nitida. Here it is small, it has already been trimmed.
Easter flower (Euphorbia pulcherrima or Poinsttia pulcherrima). This year is very damaged by the ice, and that is under some pittosporum that protect it.
Syagrus romanzoffianum, we have three copies.
Washingotna filifera, is much larger this year The wind has left the shattered leaves.
Loropetalum Fire Dance
Podronea Ricasolana, a true monster, has tried to destroy the fence, we have pruned this year to the beast.
Russian Vine (Polygonum aubertii)