Garden Design Ideas
Check out these three garden design ideas for your city or country home for a touch of inspiration.
- Excerpted from Garden Design
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This 11-foot square border is backed by a high stone wall and cherry laurel. The owners asked designer Paul Williams for shade-tolerant planting that would mirror the formality of the adjacent garden. The plants here are mostly green with the odd splash of color.
Dryopteris affinis 'Cristata'
Hosta 'Krossa Regal'
Design in Focus
To emphasize the formality of the garden on the other side of the path, this border (of which this is one section) is broken up with yew "buttresses" every 10 feet. Each section contains a simple planting and an urn or feature plant. Foliage is important: the plants need to be shapely and shade tolerant. Seasonal plants in the stone urn can contrast with or complement the surrounding plants.
Excerpted from Garden Design
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