In spring, white is a refreshing color in the garden. In summer, it offers a bit of a reprieve from the heat. More will arrive soon in the form of Four O'clocks, datura, and daisies. For now, small snipets can be found here and there.
Confederate jasmine and the chimney trellis.
The foliage of Miscanthus "Cosmopolitan".
Nandina's flowers. These will turn into the red berries that persist through the winter.
In the shade, Dusty Miller looks white instead of silver.
The first Shasta Daisies are starting to open. They're scattered here and there through the yard.
Ligustrum. Similar to the sickening sweet smell of Chinese Privet.
Echinacea "White Swan"
It's 57 degrees. The high today should reach the mid 80s again. More sun. Rain in the forecast for the weekend.