|Front border with alliums in bloom and eremurus getting ready to bloom|
|Another view of front border with variegated yucca aloifolia or gloriosa and tall echiums on the right|
|Nolina nelsoniis with Limnanthes douglasii underneath|
|Scilla peruviana with leaves nibbled by the deer and pink California poppy|
These first two pictures also show a variegated yucca aloifolia or gloriosa, depending on who you ask. I will have a future entry on this yucca, but suffice it to say it is no longer one of my favorite plants.
The third picture is of my Nolina nelsoniis which I previously wrote about here. These have been underplanted with Limnanthes douglasii, a California native annual which self sows so reliably and thickly that it might as well be a perennial. The fourth picture shows one of the few remaining Scilla peruvianas I have in this border. If you read my previous entry on these here you might remember that I had to move them into the fenced in portion of my garden to protect them from the deer. As you can see from the photo, the deer have munched some of their leaves, although, thankfully, have not yet eaten the flowers. I suppose they will wait til the flowers are fully open to eat them!