Last weekend a few of us made a visit to Nancy's garden in Lakeland. Nancy has a BEAUTIFUL garden. She is very creative and gifted when it comes to gardening, and everyone who sees her garden is truly amazed.
As you can see, she loves bromeliads.
But I noticed that her bromeliad varieties are getting larger. Look at that specimen of a bromeliad in the background.
She likes other kinds of plants, too.
She has a cute potting bench . . .
and, a greenhouse.
I have total green house envy!
She has lots of clever ideas for displaying plants.
A bromeliad on top of a cut off palm tree trunk looks like a work of art.
Clever container ideas, too (notice the little stool it's sitting on).
Lots of brick pathways meander through the garden beds.
She also loves begonias and grows many varieties.
I'm in love with the vibrant fuschia-colored stems on this alocasia.
Instead of creating a bromeliad tree on a tree branch, she made one on a living palm. How cool is that?
Hope you enjoyed the tour of Nancy's garden. Listed below are the previous posts I've done on her garden in the past.
Nancy's Garden (2008)
Afternoon Tea ((2011)
By the way, I think I should tell you that Nancy's been gardening on this piece of land for 21 years.