Eye-Catching: Using Focal Plants

Focal plants can entice you into a garden, distract you from less-than-stellar views or catch your eye within the garden's perimeter. Allow them their glorious time in the limelight, and plan the rest of the garden around them.

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Scene Stealer

Focal plants can hold the planting together, giving it an essential cohesion. Pampas grasses have considerable stature, even when they are not in flower. Their late summer display makes them the natural focus of attention.

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