But wait, I just bought seedlings, and they won't survive even a few days without care in this heat without constant attention. No problem, seedlings are going to the beach, too.
Now, let's see that tropical garden. Wow, yep, that is a tropical as it gets on the northern Gulf Coast.
And how about a 3 to 4 story tall rock grotto in the middle of the pool, with a swim in bar, and full grown palms on top. Yep, this place speaks to my heart.
Made a friend at the beach too, and he's got a little Captain in him.
OK, last shot. The bar at the beach. Yeah, I told this was a great place. Unfortunately, what should have been a miserable crowd was hardly anyone. First, was the economy in general, and then the bad publicity of the BP Oil Spill. Yes, these folks were hurting. It was our pleasure to visit and contribute some money to the local economy. They'll recover, but the pain will be remembered.
Well, back to the real world, and to the garden, yehaw!
Oh, funny story. I found a little cubby hole in those beautiful tropical gardens and set my box of seedlings out to get a little sun. A few hours later, when I checked on them, my box of seedlings was gone, kidnapped. Some time later, I ran across one of the grounds keepers and explained my situation. He quickly told me they were over in "the shop" and pointed me in the right direction. Before I made my way that way, another of the groundskeeper showed up at my door with seedlings. He explained they were all avid gardeners, and had assumed that a friend had dropped them off for them. All ended happily, and the seedlings made it back to Louisiana soil.