Sunday Eye Candy

Eye Candy galore at Roger's Gardens, a local garden center, yesterday.  
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Gerberas
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I think this might be 'Royal Sunset':
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Phormiums and Cordylines galore
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Leucospermum with Coleonema 'Sunset Gold'
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With Acorus gramineus 'Ogon'(?) and Agave 'Kara's Choice' (?):
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Chondropetalum looks great with Aloes and Agaves.
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Some sort of hybrid or selected Euphorbia 
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Leptospermum about to burst into flower
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Those outlandish Pelargoniums are best in a blur. 
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It's a good thing eye candy doesn't rot teeth. I hope you have a beautiful Sunday.

Comments

  1. Wish you too a lovey Sunday. Your pictures are really gorgeous. Are these all flowering in your garden at the moment?

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    1. Thanks Janneke! All of those are at a local garden center called Roger's Gardens. A very pretty place.

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  2. Thanks for the pics! I was at Rogers myself yesterday for Nicholas Staddon's talk but, after picking up one of the pricey Itoh peonies, I walked through the nursery with blinders on to preven any compounding of my extravagance. I can enjoy the nursery's offerings through your photos from a safe distance...

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    1. Small world, I was there too. He's so charming you want to buy everything he talks about. I'm amazed I got out of there without buying anything, for a change. Enjoy the peony (you had better, for that price). ;)

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  3. Forsooth, what enchanted land is this?

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    1. Hark! Roger's Gardens in Corona del Mar. Lots and lots of plant kingdom eye candy!

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