Mediterranean revival home which now houses a garden reading room and a cafe.
Phormium tenax, or New Zealand flax, softening the walls of the conservatory and greenhouse.
Sarasota from the gardens.
coleus and impatiens.
Encephalartos gratus cycad palm.
Bismarkia nobilis, with it's blue gray foliage.
coconut palm, loaded with coconuts, which I promised to show you.
tea room where complimentary tastes of fragrant teas can be had. The tea house is located in the former carriage house of the Selby home.
St.Armands is in the distance.
I associate the garden with the whole experience of being alive, and so, there is nothing in the range of human experience that is separate from what the garden can signify in its eagerness and its insistence, and in its driving energy to live - to grow, to bear fruit.