After her garden tour was cancelled due to COVID-19, Sherry Brownlee began a virtual tour via e-mail. Done in segments, the tour will continue throughout the blooming season. Below shows early spring.
Heartleaf Ginger (behind Hosta)
Giant Solomon Seal
Ferns with Uvalaria
Hybrid Native Azalea 'Marydel'
Green and Gold groundcover
Late Spring photo by Chuck Baumrucker
Summer photo by Shirley Puch
Summer photo by Betty Smith
Fall photo by Sherry Brownlee
Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum)
Native to the eastern U.S., Mayapple (also called Mandrake) is a woodland plant growing in colonies derived from a single root. Flowering stems have a pair of umbrella-like leaves and produce white flowers in the axils which become apple-like fruits.
Submitted by and grown in the garden of Sherry Brownlee.