Circle Garden and sip a slow cup of coffee or your drink of preference. It's the perfect spot to pause and take in a peaceful cool morning or find shade-relief from a sunny afternoon or rest in the evening from the toils of the day.
This time of year Gardenias are blooming on the 'Miami Supreme' standard shrub nearby. A few more feet away Confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) clambers up and over the arbor that leads to the butterfly garden. Providing shade all year long is the sweet almond bush (Aloysia virgata) trained to a multi-trunked tree that now towers 15 feet above.
Across the way the mature Southern Magnolia Grandiflora is refreshing the air with its giant lemony scented luscious flowers.
Spring is here and with it comes abundant white blooms and fragrance. Drink it in and don't miss a minute!
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