Clayton’s Japanese Garden: What Variety!

One of the joys of living in a house that Clayton designed is the ever changing view out the kitchen window.  In April the anenomes are opening their white or blue flowers by day and closing them when the sun set.  In May the Jack in the Pulpits poked their leaves out of the ground, and by early June their pitcher shaped flowers were open for business.  Within a week the pink climbing rose was blooming on the north wall with cascades of roses putting out an incredible fragrance.

jack in the pulpit