A year after Katrina hit Mississippi, I visited my friend Joanna Cranford's childhood home in Laurel, Mississippi. Her mom was eager to show us a horticultural oddity that resulted from the hurricane that blasted through this town from Katrina.
There is a rose growing inside the guest bedroom.
This window hasn't been opened in years.
But somehow this rose stem blew through the closed window and spent the next year growing and blooming in this room
I also has able to enjoy this colorful garden up the street with camellias and redbuds
The winter vegetable garden ready for spring
pretty late winter garden rooms
And this eclectic garden:
Classic on one street, and quirky on the next!
Labels: camellia, Laurel, Mississippi