Today we are in Minneapolis to visit the gardens of Arian Baldomero.
This is a garden full of flowers and colors. In this case, the balloon flower (Platycodon big flower, Area 3–8) dominates the foreground, composed of variegated geraniums (Geranium Mixed, zones 9-11 or annuals) and many other flowering annuals and perennials.
Pollinators admire the flower display. A bumblebee stopped here to eat a nectar snack.
This garden has many places to sit and enjoy the view.The big yellow-green bushes behind are Tiger’s eye sumac (Sumac Typhoid ‘Bailtiger’, area 4-8).
Along the bed next to the fence, the gorgeous perennials are supported by abundant annual plants, such as Million bells (Calibrachia Mixed, annual).
The rust-colored garden art here is backed by warm red and orange flowers and deep purple leaves.
Even on cloudy and rainy days, the garden looks beautiful.
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