The pavilion is ready, including the doors – the only thing missing now is the seal down to the ground. The oleander bush is in good shape. During the winter, the pavilion is a little house; in the spring, especially when there is no longer a threat of nighttime frost, the walls of the pavilion can easily be removed and put away until the following winter. Only the roof remains, and it will protect the blossoms from rain during the summer.
The little house will become the “Showpiece Oleander Pavilion”, and the bush the “Showpiece Oleander Bush”.
The bushes have stood there since Spring 2011; this year will be the fourth winter for the oleanders planted in the ground!