The Automatic GardenPosted: January 26, 2017
Within several days we had freeze and then nearly 6 inches of rain. The frozen plants turned into a mushy mess.
Just when all seemed hopeless, the Automatic Garden showed its grit. It wasn’t long before these tough plants started putting up new shoots. A plant that can take this crazy Gulf Coast weather of drought, floods, and freezes is a keeper!
The plants pictured are a Canna, Hardy Begonia, Russelia and a Salvia. Many more plants have started up from their roots and soon, as the days lengthen and warm, the seeds that were dropped in the autumn will germinate.