This is another flower from Sally’s garden, an agapanthus.

Agapanthus blossoms in Melbourne, Australia

Both Vancouver and Melbourne are gardener-friendly, you can grow most things, but the constraints are different. There’s no frost here and never a shortage of sun; but water is often an issue, and the plants have to be able to live with occasional dry spikes up over 40°C. The result is that gardens look really different; but roses feature prominently in both places.

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