September Yard Selection of the Month

Chuck and Liberty Heynen of 16 Boxwood Lane, Palm Coast, have been recognized as September Selection of the Month by the Garden Club at Palm Coast.  They recently moved in March to Palm Coast from Illinois.  They both love to garden and Liberty has a degree in Agriculture as she loves working with living plants!

The heart shaped center island is really appealing to the eye with red mulch color that matches the driveway, house trim and metal roofing.  It has a small Century plant, two big leaf Philodendrons, and six Queen Palms.  In the center  yard a large Magnolia tree, and side yard has some Oleander and Crepe Myrtle.

The beds near the front entrance have a Bottle Palm, pink and white Vincas, alternating Petra Crotons, and Capella/Arbicola bushes with variegated streaks of golden yellow that really brighten up the yard.

The back yard has interesting vegetable plants: Asian long String Beans, Kalamansi (small citrus limes from Phillippines that looks like an orange inside), two Moringa trees, Ong Choy cabbage, Rosemary, Basil, Chili Peppers, Lemon Grass, Asian Eggplants and a small pineapple plant. There is also 2 potted Pink Rio Dipladenia (from the Mandevilla plant family).  This is a nice simple yard with color that really has curb appeal!

Nancy Iandoli

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