Spanish Lavender is a spring bloomer as is the phlox in the lower right.
Purple trailing lantana was already here when the owner purchased the undeveloped property. Just a few of the blooms were out during the tour last fall. A mild winter meant it was awash in blooms this spring.
This area is even more inviting surrounded by blooms.
Blooms of native Huisache (Acacia farnesiana) was the main event on this visit. I was just a bit early because we were heading out to Round Top the next day.
Strands of golden poms flying around on this windy day were a treat.
Pulling back a bit reveals more Spanish Lavender and Aloe in bloom.
Silvery Cassia surround by a combination of purple lantana blooms and purple-hued Opuntia santa-rita.
The waves of purple mixed with silvery and gold makes a great plant combination.
Those pesky deer have mangled the silver agave!
Still love this relaxing courtyard. The Huisache in view behind the wall.
Around back on last fall's tour I missed this screen the homeowners made from leftover roof trim. Figuring out the details I missed is just part of the return visit fun.
Oh my this is all so gorgeous.
The tour is not quite over as you will all soon get a chance to meet the fun and charming owner of this awesome garden because Central Texas Gardener is scheduled to be there in May. I know I can't wait.