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 CaptionBonsai clearly demonstrate visual strength and character in ways no other single plant group can.

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"Visual strength and character" is a phrase that captures the essence of what makes plants – or an entire garden – interesting. An excellent example of these qualities is bonsai. Bonsai clearly demonstrate visual strength and character in ways no other single plant group can.

But how does this apply to landscape plants and your garden? How can they also demonstrate visual strength and character?

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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