As I've been starting this post I've been thinking of what exactly I was going to say. I hoped I would come up with something clever but my mind lately has been like it is everytime in this season a pile of mush! Opps just noticed I put the same picture in twice....see what I mean. I'll remove it now. Well I thought I'd at least show you some of the reasons why I work 14+ hr days 7 days a week for. These little lovelies....
This is a new bacopa we tried this year. Double blue...sorry I don't remember the breeder or exact name...not that I think you need the botanical name I'm sure if you asked for double bacopa they'd know what you meant. It also comes in white.
Geranium " Stephanie" I think??? Gee I'm not being to good on the names am I??? I like this one because it has that airy look without looking too rangy like some of them do. Though my favorite is Rozanne which has the longest bloom time of any I've ever seem and looks great in the garden but unfortunately doesn't look so great in a pot and is often a hard sell.
Salix matsudana " Corkscrew Willow"
Tree peony in pink....now this I buy without any specific name like Nishiki or some Japanese name so I can't even tell you it's exact name but it's the biggest blossom I've ever seen on a tree peony before, the thing must have been 8" wide at least. I say had because it sold. I knew I'd better take a picture of it quick because it wasn't going stick around long.
One of my favorite customers Gretchen( on the left) and her friend Gina. She'd kill me if she thought I'd taken this picture of her but I don't think she'll ever know. Shhhhh!!!! Sometime I'll have to show you her house in Lyme, Ct. It's a new version of an old barn that is absolutely gorgeous and has been photographed for magazines a couple of times. She has great taste and is one of the most fun people I've ever known and never takes herself too seriously.