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 CaptionVisual strength and character can refer to more delicate forms and textures as well, such as the leaves of a Japanese maple.

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Visual strength and character can refer to more delicate forms and textures as well, such as the leaves of a Japanese maple, the newly unfurling fronds of a fern, the candles or new growth of various evergreens, and dried seed heads—all provide visual interest and character to your landscape.
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