For a bit of whimsy and a focal point we have been creating these topiaries made from wire forms stuffed with sphagnum moss. The mane is Nasella and the body is planted with Dianthus "Tiny Rubies" Below and around the horse is Dianthus" Fire Witch"
I know these photos are not great, but all I had on me was my cell phone. This was growing at a client's yard and we noticed it blooming in a very shady corner near their house. I am
struggling to identify it. I took these photos on May 3, 2012.
It reminds me of Winter Jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) based on the leaves and similar shape of the flowers, but the flowers are appearing on the ends, not along the stems like Winter Jasmine. It is also not the season for winter jasmine. Thanks for the help.
Commented on Feb 17, 2013
I would agree with the Jasmine...mine's a white Confederate Jasmine and just has the best
smell...I love it when there's a breeze when I'm outside, perfumes the air!
We made this garden walkway with a mold that we purchased at Lowe's. We mixed the Quickcrete up and then poured it into the mold a section at a time. It was almost like making mud pies. It was a bit time consuming but we were very happy with the end result. It has held up very well as it has been down now for about 3 years.