Touching base in spring 2018. Apex grows.
So coy, those Manzanitas. This is Allan Taylor's "Red."
Mini forms of Hymenoxys acaulis are going to mix with tall ones and argentea.
I am never there to see the flowers on Petunia patagonica. Huff.
Never enough Moltkia petrea, I've planted a few more. Thanks Bill.
It really does behave like a blue daphne.
In a strike of the first theft in the garden, this Eriogonum kennedyi was dug up. Such things are absolutely guaranteed to die when moved. That's what a thief deserves. Just a couple other silver buns were taken.
Phlox nana 'Perfect Pink' from David Salmon is like a pink version of the reblooming-dry-loving easy-grow flower-factory Zinnia grandiflora.
Monardella macrantha is a showstopper, but has not persisted.
This aerial photo was taken as we were finishing; I think I know who the two figures are.
Tulipa linifolia does well at the base, near the true soil, and dislikes the top.
On "Mount Stireman", mound 3.
Agave toumeyana v bella is pupping. It likes the north exposures.
Rabeia albipuncta ex Molteno, a Stireman plant shining bright.
'Ochsenblut' Phlox courtesy of Mike Kintgen.
Still can't find a record for this Eriogonum. Any ideas, friends?