Glen Brassey
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Soft Shades Hard- and softscape elements complement each other in this sunny bed. Stone columns define the edges of a slim garden bed. A wood fence provides the flowerbed with a bright backdrop. Planted at regular intervals, ravennagrass offers wispy foliage. Large patches of Shasta daisy accent the color of hardscape elements (such as the fence). Purple asters lend pops of color to the space.
Use color to easily give your front garden a lot of impact. More front yard flower gardens: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/landscape-basics/front-yard-flower-power/?socsrc=bhgpin070613redvines=8
Autumn colour at Harlow Carr by Paperbark Garden Design Vitis Coignetiae 1
Vitis coignetiae « UW Botanic Gardens News
Vitis Coignetiae - Types of Plants for Arches and Pergolas on HGTV
Trachelospernum jasminoides.self-twining evergreen climbing shrubs with glossy ovate leaves and jasmine-like, highly fragrant flowers, sometimes followed by bean-like seed-pods
Trachelospernum jasminoides
Teak lawn balls mirroring the Pittosporum 'Golf Ball' at Omaio garden, Matakana
Wheeler's Dwarf Pittosporum (Pittosporum tobira 'Wheeler's Dwarf')
Pittosporum and lavender - for the front garden