Oh, my yes. Ben, have you never heard of The Plant of the Year. The latest and greatest introduction? Ben, beware, the ‘with a few changes’ means, just hand over the credit card. A new shrub here, more flowers there, and of course, you must have a water feature…….
It sounds prohibitively expensive.
So grateful that we don’t have garden competitions or garden tours here. I can just enjoy my garden with all kinds of unfashionable plants in it.
Back when I lived in Texas, the soil was so rich that I could plant 10 penny nails and three days later get crowbars! And my tomatoes were so large it only took three of them to make a dozen! LOL!
Are we no longer in the trend of native plants? I quit keeping up when I sold the house that I had put down top soil and moved to a house where the soil is not so good. But I still focus on native plants because they thrive in the current soil.
Gardening is relaxing and result’s beautiful to look at…….
Yeah, seriously? Trendy plants?
Guess that means she’ll have to toss Ben, being unfashionable.