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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Feature a specific family of plants in the garden, and remember to consider varying sizes and heights — either by mixing larger and smaller varieties or creating height by stacking stones vertically to create a raised area. Repeating shapes and colors in various sizes create a rhythmic movement in this bromeliad garden, which uses raised stone for additional dimension.

With so many methods to approaching rhythm, developing your own scheme is part of the creative fun.

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