Get Your Garden in Rhythm

Whether your garden is a symphony of succulents or a waltz of wildflowers, rhythm brings harmony to your garden.

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Another example of alternating rhythm is the use of different hardscaping. This walkway features a light terra-cotta-stained concrete and a shell aggregate. Tip for gardeners: Try to tie the hardscaping into the overall garden design by duplicating the features of the hardscaping in the color, texture and placement of plants.

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