Jack and Lorraine Clancy
8206 Bay Tree Lane
How do the Clancy's keep track of all the flowering plants and shrubs? The names and numbers of the specimens are numerous, not to mention the care and maintenance involved in keeping the beds that surround the house. As the beautiful paver driveway takes one to the front of the home, sweet potato vine, pentas, trumpet plant, portulacca, purslane holly, sunflower, shasta daisies and crotons are nestled at the front. At the back and side of the house, just to name a few are milkweed, lime tree, live oak, crepe myrtle, sago, windmill palm, plumbago, iris, asparagus fern, dusty miller, Mexican petunia, confederate jasmine, perennial petunia, fall blooming camellia. If you are a golfer you will see the backyard setting off to the right of the green on Hole number 14. Thank you to the Clancy's for keeping the view on the golf course so beautiful, as well as their entrance on Bay Tree Lane.
Posted on Thu, September 29, 2016
by Dena Grossman