Yesterday I presented the second piece of the current art exhibit at the Desert Botanical Garden. Today I have some close-up shots of the some of the beautiful plants that are part of the "Water" exhibit.
Mixed in the with the agaves that naturally grow here are petunias and bromeliads in a variety of bright colors. They look great mixed in with the desert plants.
They look so good in this spot that I wish they could stay. However, they are a bit too tropical for our very dry climate. I don't think they would last very long. Which makes me curious as to what type of watering mechanism they are using to keep these plants happy while this display is up.