Old Southern Garden

The day's hours are announced by a bounty of heavenly southern scent.
As the sun makes its way across the sky, it coaxes the fragrances from our gardens with its warmth. Early morning brings us the scent of our roses, which are always planted to receive the first rays of the day.
Noon brings the earthy scent of corn and tomato plants from the vegetable garden.
Late afternoon brings the mingled scents of verbena, rosemary, and lavender from our full-sun-loving herb garden.
Evening time brings the lush, mysterious scent of our night-blooming flowers.