Can Anyone Tell Me What Type of Plant This Is?
I appreciate trees, bushes, and flowers a little more with each passing year. And, as much as I enjoy watching things grow taller and fuller, I'm also aware of the value these plants bring to my properties. Whether I'm building a spec home on a vacant lot or renovating one of my Pig's Ears, I make a serious effort to leave trees stand when possible and I'm mindful of salvaging the living things in the ground much the same as I do with valuables inside the home or around the property.
While I was renovating the Bungalow/Duplex, Lisa (one of my favorite realtors) stopped by to review my progress. Lisa is clearly the E.F. Hutton of all of my projects because when she talks, I listen. Over the years she has unleashed a solid list of valuable suggestions, so when she told me to save a plant in the front yard at The Duplex, without a second thought I made plans to dig it up and relocated it to our yard.
I replanted it at the base of a magnolia tree we have and it blooms every summer about this time. However, I don't know what it's called. Neighbors have asked me, but all I can give for an answer is a shrug to go with my crooked smile.
So if you know, tell me in the comment section below or send an e-mail. (Link found with profile).
|The Duplex Before - The mystery plant is at the base of the corner fence post.|
|The Duplex During. The fence and plant are gone.|
|The Duplex After|