I just finished downloading and Photoshopping my pictures from the garden last week and Spring Fling, and it’s after midnight and I am exhausted. So, first off, I’d like to say thank you to Pam, MSS, Bonnie and Diana for planning this fabulous weekend. I had so much fun and met so many interesting people and felt so comfortable with such a large group that, introvert that I am, I was, quite frankly, shocked. I couldn’t believe how many of us self-professed introverts simply couldn’t stop talking. Garden geeks, unite!
(And here I pause to make a conquistador-like fist of horticultural solidarity.)
And thanks to all of the driving between houses, nurseries, hotels, and gardens, I’ve seen more of Austin in this weekend than I’ve managed in the last four years.
Anyway. Since I was too busy talking Annie’s head off at The Natural Gardener to take pictures, and too busy getting my mind blown at the David/Peese garden (like a bullet through a peach, my friends) to take pictures, I must shrug a sheepish shrug on the topic of Spring Fling photo documentation and offer instead these few images of South Congress Avenue this afternoon, where the last of the lingering Fling-ers saw the sights.