Today we are visiting Johanna Smith in Aiken, South Carolina.
Many evergreen shrubs make the landscape look good throughout the year and require minimal maintenance.
These cacti (Cactus sp.) It started with the three pads of our son in Georgia.We decided that because the area is surrounded by two pine trees and an oak tree, it’s very dry, So we will show the desert. We actually have seven big cacti, which can be used to make jams and sangria.
A sort of Yucca The addition of cacti adds a desert look to this part of the garden.
A few years ago, this gardenia looked like it was dead, but after severe cuts, it has been a late bloomer.
this Hydrangea (Hydrangea, Area 6-10) are planted in acid soil, so we will get this blue flower.
This slate rest area was created behind the tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera, Area 4–9) has been deleted. We want to hide the shed and see a better view from the kitchen window.
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