1. Astrantia Collection, three bulbs or roots for flowering plants that grow in the shade. They look really neat in the picture (see below for larger)
2. Noodlehead Sprinkler - lots of little mini flexible sprinkler thingies that you can point where ever you want. I usually end up hand watering because I hate when sprinklers don't go exactly where you want, I hope this will solve that.
3. English Y-Stakes - the top of them bend around your plant to help hold it.
4. Atlas Nitrile Touch Glove, seems very soft and flexible while strong.
5. A Dahlia tuber, Purple! Called Barbarry Fusilier
6. A water lily for the pond called Arc-n-Ciel. The are suppose to be easy to grow and hardy in our climate. It was a bit expensive but if it does well will be worth it.
Close up of the Astrantia Collection, all pictures are click able for a larger view.
We did buy some art, really like these metal pieces made in Haiti from oil drums. I bought it even though I had no idea where I wanted it but
Dave found the perfect spot, we were looking for something to go over the stove. Of course if I had thought of this before hand I would have got a larger one, still it looks good.
Here's the my best picture in the display gardens, I love those stone pillars.