whoa Richard, you wasted all this thoughts on my box, instead of sharing it with everybody.
No, not wasted, I enjoyed it very much.
I have cameras, digital and regulars, just have to figure it out how to post the pictures.
My garden is just a suburb garden, 20 years ago I grabbed 50 little rhodos I could afford and planted there, I never had them before. They grew up. Later on I started to selected better.
During the years I got carried away, bought plants before planing where to put it. Now I have to move plants constantly.
This winter we got terrible damage from storms, I lost a huge hemlock tree in the front yard, now I have more room there.
I try to change the garden mostly for shades of green and texture , still have an amazing variety of flowers and flowering shrubs others than the rhodos.
It is still cold here, had snow a week ago, but lots of flowers are out there. Crocus, snow dropps, Helleborus, Pulmonaria, 3 different Primrose, forsithya,Viburnum bodnantense.
I don't have the Jack in the pulpits, but 2 different kind of Ariseamas, Arum Italicum and Dracunculus vulgaris or Dragon Arum . The flowers stinks for 3 days like rotten flesh, but looks very interesting and exotic.
Yes, I would enjoy to read more from you and see the pictures. I'm sure that everybody would appreciate your afford.