I need to a) get a haircut, and b) visit the pea patch to water.
These loquat branches are hanging over the sidewalk, and I'm tall. So...
I help myself to one.
It's been years since I tasted a loquat. Delicious! Now I want to find a dwarf.
Santolina chamaecyparissus syn. S. incana. Very drought tolerant.
I like pink yarrow.
I also like pink phlomis. Everyone has the yellow, but the pink is so worth it.
I like this house. They kept some of the old parts when they renovated.
I hope this house ages well! You never know.
These are like candy.
Felicia amelloides is very common here. I like it.
Obviously a professional job. Nice use of materials.
This looks professional too.
A closer look.
I guess I could have pulled the trash out of the nasturtiums before I took this picture.
I would like to have Aeonium arboreum var. atropurpureum f. nigrum. If this had been a more vigorous stand, I might have taken a little bit.
Okay, my barber's around the corner. You grab something to eat and I'll meet you here after my haircut and we'll finish this walk.