This was the first time I'd ever seen Spanish Moss on Crepe Myrtle trees before.
This gate was the entrance to a small, memorial garden. It was lovely and peaceful.
This little garden was one of my favorite parts of the visit that day.
The multiple plantings of Caladiums were a-ma-zing. I'd never seen anything like it.
The other end of the pool and another Diana statue.
I've shown this sculpture from the front in a previous post. It's a young boy poking at a frog with a stick. :)
I love Lacecap Hydrangeas.
I didn't do a lot of "narrating" this time. Sometimes it's more fun just to look at the pictures. I wonder how many people it takes to keep these gardens so beautifully maintained?
We're over halfway through the work week now. This has been a long one; I haven't gotten much sleep this week because it feels like we have a new baby in the house. Mr. Forest Manor and I are hoping "baby" will sleep better tonight. He's not too happy about going into his crate when we go to bed.
I haven't had a chance to reply back to everyone, but thanks so much for all your sweet comments on Duncan. I've accidentally called him MacDuff a few times already, but I'll get it all sorted out soon. Our sweet neighbors down the street even sent a card saying "Welcome to the neighborhood from Hershey." Hershey is their chocolate brown Cocker Spaniel. :)
Thank you for your visit -- I hope you have a good rest of the week.