We’ve been hitting plus 30°C temperatures here in the south of France these past weeks, right in the heart of summer. While so many spring plants have dried away, the scene has been opened to those that can resist the arid heat. One flower that’s probably been on these lands well before the prehistoric Iberians ever migrated here is agapanthus. It grows surprisingly well in the dry clay earth - and never wilts, staying green and prospering through all the harsh extreme seasons of this region.
by Christopher Kowalewski July. 05, 2020 446 views
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