More images from Linderhof's garden -- from last week's garden tour . . . .the heat of this week has certainly taken a toll on some of the plants.
An arbor at the back of the patio -- sweet smelling pink roses climb over each side.
The brick path from the patio to the potting shed -- lemon balm lines the right side in front of the iron fence.
One of the many pieces of concrete in the garden -- this one holds flowers -- pansies in fall, lettuce in spring, and a combination of fern and caladium this summer.
The faerie garden -- the spikey things on the right are called fairy lilies. A lovely pink bloom.
As you walk up our drive -- two old ladders add interest, a "Southern" iron chair and the boxes (which are usually filled with begonias -- but this year some spilly purple plants) -- and just before the garden -- our frog fountain!
The pond and the backside of the cat!
The window box filling out nicely.
The tulip poplar with favorite pots -- French ones filled with endless summer hydrangea, a great concrete box filled with angel wing begonia and a favorite lion's head pot with pink geraniums. The plant in the clay pot is a fig tree -- tiny -- but perhaps some day Linderhof's gardens will have figs!
The angel wing begonia -- which will probably have to come in this winter -- it is absolutely stunning!
It's always fun to join in Artie's Share a Garden Sunday -- To see more great garden's (including Artie's) -- just head on over to Color Outside the Lines.