November 2019 Yard Selection of the Month

Carol Sutton of Bann Place has been recognized as November 2019 Selection of the Month by The Garden Club at Palm Coast.

Carol spent 40 years in Virginia until she retired and moved to beautiful Palm Coast where she has been residing for the past 17 years. Carol currently volunteers part time at a cat rescue.

When you enter the cul-de-sac you will notice Carol’s yard has the appearance of three gardens. The one on the left is filled with a kaleidoscope of color, Pentas of purple, red and pink, Oyster plants, Society Garlic, Bush Daisies and the vibrant blues of Blow My Mind Blue Daze, along with the beautiful greenery of the Chinese Fan palm.

The center garden is almost a mirror image with the exception of a dolphin that appears to be leaping out from behind peach Azaleas, Lantana and ornamental grass. In the background there are Hawaiian Ti plants, Needle palm, variegated Flax Lilies, along with beautifully shaped hedges all under the tall slim Queen palms.

On the right of the driveway are large hedges of Philodendrons and a few large Crêpe Myrtles. Manicured hedges all trimmed with Palm grass and variegated Flax Lilies lead you into the back yard which overlooks a peaceful pond with various statuaries and a stone path leading to a wooden swing where you can sit and watch the pollinators busy at work.

Submitted by Nancy Iandoli and Debra Isham
Selection of the Month Committee

This entry was posted in Garden Club, Selection of the Month. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.