Plant Masses

Plants always look better when they are grouped in masses. They are planted close together which keeps out the weeds and allows contrasts between groups.

Red Split Leaf Japanese Maple, All gold Japanese Forest Grass and Acorus graminius ‘Ogon’

Restio, Ginger, Miscanthus

Dwarf Bamboo and Euphorbia cyparissias

Rosmary and Dwarf Bamboo

Muhlenbergia and Euphorbia rigida

Red Barberry, Rosemary and Dwf. Yellow Bamboo

Black eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida) and Rose of Sharon

Yarrow (Achillea) and Agastache

Red leaved Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum ‘African Queen’), Hosta Lily and Dwarf Heather (Erica carnea)

Canna Lily and Miscanthus

Society Garlic and Santa Cruz Island Buckwheat

Echinacea pallida, Russian Sunflower and Love Grass (Eragrostis)Stipa gigantea (top)

Stipa ‘Ichu’ (middle)

Calamagrostis acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’ (bottom)

Same plants, different views

‘Orange Rocket’ Barberry, ‘Moonshine’ Yarrow and ‘Zagreb’ Coreopsis

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