Pictures of my husband Craig's garden areas. He likes to dabble in colocasia, alocasia, amorphorphalis, brugmansia, datura, canna, Venus Flytrap plants, pitcher plants, etc - plants with different/unique looks. "His focus is on stems and leaves," is what I always say. His garden really starts performing in the hot days of July-September, when the bloom in my garden is past peak and there isn't much to look at, so it gives us a different area to focus on. Craig also loves to see how big he can make things grow, and a prime example this year was Canna "Cleopatra." It's plant habit is usually 4-6' tall, but Cleopatra is at least 10' tall and it's still August (2020.) There's a lot more time to grow taller before the frost comes in October.
Enjoy the pictures. I will put more up as time permits.