The great Allan Taylor gardens and deposits his far-reaching botanising finds in Boulder, Colorado, an hour North of Denver.
He specialises in Quercus (Oak) and Artctostaphylos (Manzanita) if not everything. I may as well mention Rhododendrons and the Ericaceae (Heather Family) at large, Acer (Maple), Juniperus (You know what that is), Pinus, Picea (Pines), Sorbus (Mountain Ash), Yucca, Agave, and a fine representation of Southwestern native Cactus. Even with that list of specialties, I know I've missed something.
Shortly after this shot, he fastidiously cleaned up all the twigs, (and he may hate me for posting this) but here is is a small segment of this lovely, naturalesque, and well-composed garden:
I like a few twigs, thank you...
Two fine fine forms of Arctostaphylos viscida ssp. mariposa, perhaps coming to a discerning garden near you (via Dr. Taylor). Let's hope!