Around Charleston, April 2009:
This little guy was shining uniquely and all on his own, head and shoulders above everyone else in this garden. This garden bed, located on Isle of Palms, a barrier island in Charleston county, is ripped out and redone at least once a season. It is located outside the walls of one of the Isle of Palms compounds, as I like to think of them. 10 br second homes, with seemingly nobody ever in them except for gardeners and the maids. This particular bed is located outside a house that has two lions guarding the gates.
Despite the fact that I think its such a waste of flowers, every time I walk by it, I do anticipate seeing something beautiful and different, and it never disappoints! Now if only I could walk by when the gardener is ripping these things out!
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