Adding Character to Landscapes

Here are just of few of the non-plant features in a garden landscape that, when used wisely, can add both visual strength and character.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionMultiple trunks that feature exfoliating bark, like river birches, are a winning combination.

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Tree trunks that are twisted, contorted or anything but straight can be capitivating. Multiple trunks are also interesting. And multiple trunks that feature exfoliating bark, like river birches, are a winning combination.
Evergreen trees also offer visual strength and character, especially the weeping and contorted varieties.
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