The sky is grey and stepping up onto the patio, the water lilies haven’t opened yet.
Then, moving to the left, one sees the succulent section ensconced under the pergola.
A tiny banana plant planted in May is starting to shoot for the sky.
Further along, this Alstromeria is going great guns in its pot beside the pond.
A view of the floating pagoda (which hasn’t sunk yet! )
Detail of the floating pagoda, which was painted Cream & Black.
Coming down the main drive, this one of the Alpine troughs utilizing Killaloe Slate slag.
Agapanthus “Jacaranda” showing up against Phyllostachys vivax aureocaulis.
Into the West Garden, Hoheria sexstylosa “Stardust” behind another Phyllostachys.
Massed Hebes in front of the Thyme raised outcrop.