Saturday, June 26, 2010

Seasonal plantings around the Adminstration Building at the US National Arboretum

The containers and the tree boxes are looking good, one upside to these insanely above average temperatures. As usual, they're spectacular and studded with uncommon gems. Whilst trolling about in Florida nurseries, I often come upon odd plants and bring them back to Brad from time to time. The pot in the second pictures contains two of these plants, Bismarckia nobilis, the blue fan palm, and Chrysothemis pulchella, the orange and yellow flowered gesneriad below it.

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