My love affair with succulents continues.
Spilling over in planters, tucked into the cracks of an old wall...or new wall...randomly edging a drive, gracing the base of a staircase, hugging a boulder or urn...urns in planting beds, always a plus for me....
All viewed up close and personal to appreciate there shape, texture and color...how succulents should be viewed, all creating the special little magic a garden sometimes needs.
So needless to say I was more than thrilled to come across a ABC das Suculentas. A blog out of Brazil, that shares my love and appreciation for all things succulent. Not only will you find design tips , but also a amazing amount of growing how 2s
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A testament to the fact that a garden is a living organism which evolves over time.
Wonderful work by the landscape architectural firm of Matthew Cunningham, LA
Simple clean design, simple mass planted color pallet.
I love the "abandoness" of the house and grounds.
stephaniesimpsonI so long for Spring and to get started on the renovation of our rear property line. Over the years things have died from one misfortune or another and well "it is time", "no excuses", just "do it".
mnprairerootsWhat I have in mind, rather than replace the last of the standing White Pine, will be to add Hollies as well as Hydrangeas all contained within a curving hedge of Boxwood.
curvingbackBut which Hydrangea to use? I love so many and want to keep the design as simple and elegant as possible.......... I have always favored mass plantings of a single variety, I feel it adds to the strength of the design and in turn lets the structure of the plan take center stage......
and now to decide on the Hydrangea..........