The leaves of a Bird of Paradise.
Lawrence resident Jenna Coker's yard has been certified as a National Urban Wildlife Retreat by the National Wildlife Federation. The East Lawrence landscape qualifies because it provides food, water and shelter for wildlife, and adheres to sustainable gardening practices.
An asparagus fern named Allegro sits near the front porch of Coker's home. Several of her plants have been given names.
A pot of begonias..
Coker has plentiful amounts of purple coneflower echinacea around her yard.
Coker has a pond with goldfish near the front of her yard.