May 2018 Yard Selection of the Month

Helen Hunte of  Boxwood Lane, Palm Coast has been recognized as May Selection of the Month by The Garden Club at Palm Coast. 
Ms. Hunte was born in Trinidad, moved to the US on 9/13/1970 to New York for 35 years then retired and moved to Palm Coast 12/11/2004 to take care of her aunt and has been here for 13 years.

The front yard has an island with two big beautiful bright pink Tea Roses which has many clusters of roses. There is a Sabal Palm in the middle and a back ground of small penny round shaped  Boxwood bushes.

The front door area has several potted grayish Graptopetalum plants (AKA Ghost plant) that make tiny white star like flowers with a yellow center. They reproduce themselves when their leaves fall off.  She has an edible Pimento Pepper tree and a Meringa tree.  There is also a red Rose bush which was not yet in bloom and a yellow Croton.

On either of side of the garage there are two nice Topiary bushes and along the driveway is a beautiful Trumpet Flower bush with yellow blooms turning into a pretty peach and white color.

This yard has curb appeal with its beautiful splash of spring colors along with several green Boxwood hedges throughout the yard.

Submitted by Nancy Iandoli
Selection of the Month Committee

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