This lovely full-sun garden is filled with cosmos, gaura, roses, and busty, headless windmills (of sorts) that emanate Mozart.
We saw this garden earlier today, near Dijon, France, while touring the Saline Royale, an 18th-century salt works facility. Vegetable gardens were part of the original architectural plan but are now individual artists' concepts.
This potager garden probably more closely reflects the original intent--food gardens tended by the salt workers themselves.
In Besancon, France yesterday, I fell in love with this hydrangea. Northern France clearly has a longer blooming season than Austin!
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