submitted by Grace Rabano, Publicity Lead for Clermont Garden Club
The Yard of the Month for November chosen by the Clermont Garden Club is a previous nominee, but the splendor in the garden of Karen Geisinger on 12002 Burton Street, Clermont must be shared again for all to enjoy. As you walk amongst the plants, your eyes are drawn to the left and right, up and down. The plants are ablaze with color with bees and butterflies flying around. It is truly amazing and just breathtaking..This garden has native and non-native plant varieties which include some of the best species you will ever see.
Golden Thryallis – Rain of Gold (Galphimia glauca)
Pagoda Plant (Clerodendrum paniculatum)
Firebush (Hamelia patens)
Heliconia – Parakeet Flower (Heliconia psittacorum)
Blue Snake Weed (Stachytarpheta)
Chinese Privet (ligustrum sinense)
Elkhorn Fern (Platycerium bifurcatum) This is a magnificent example hanging from the large oak tree in the front.
Clermont Garden Club members meet every third Wednesday of the month (September through May) at the clubhouse located at 849 West Avenue, Clermont, FL (except during scheduled field trips or luncheons). Meetings begin by 10:00 A.M. Light refreshments will be served. New members and guests are warmly welcome. Clermont Garden Club is a 501 c3 nonprofit organization.
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