Christine Shannon

Christine Shannon

Christine Shannon
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A narrow flagstone path through lush plantings turns a sideyard into a magical walkway. Yes, it's a side yard, but this space is also a private garden to be viewed from indoors. The leafy tree canopy adds a sense of intimacy

The beg banana leaf .great Creative use of tropicals at Chanticleer Garden, Wayne, Pennsylvania.Love the big-leaved tropical red banana and the colors.

For my little patio! Take Advantage of Texture Big, bold tropical plants create a lush feel. Their large leaves can change the scale of a small space to help it feel larger. (Plus, many tropical plants are super cool!

Hostas and shade plants for a side yard

A small space side yard garden, This stepping stone path takes you from the driveway, down the side yard, to back gardens. Its only 4 or 5 f.

Narrow shady path Turn a boring side yard strip of grass into a shady, luxuriant garden! Good use of boxwood shapes to add high style & advanced design look. Fluffy foliage against square boxwood with the blue hostas.

How to Plant a Living Wall - Sunset See how to create your own vertical garden inspired by a living wall in Paris designed by Patrick Blanc. This planting includes ferns, bromelaids, coral bells, spider plants, and elephant ears.