Need to remember...no more buying only a dozen tulips...and other mass planting tips for wow factor.

Mass plantings

Need to remember...no more buying only a dozen tulips...and other mass planting tips for wow factor.

Ansin Garden, NZ House & Garden Magazine - for edges of seating and planter boxes

Ansin Garden, NZ House & Garden Magazine - for edges of seating and planter boxes

Corokia hedging in this coastal New Zealand garden//Moorhead and Newdick Landscape Architects Wellington

Corokia hedging in this coastal New Zealand garden//Moorhead and Newdick Landscape Architects Wellington

Newzealand garden in greenwich, designed by catheirne clancy, new zealand native ferns and shrubs... all hardy and thriving in london

Newzealand garden in greenwich, designed by catheirne clancy, new zealand native ferns and shrubs... all hardy and thriving in london

Saat dirimu tahu, entah apa reaksi mu nanti.. | SesungguhNya Allah ta’ala Maha Lembut, layaknya bunga, Dia bukakan kuncup kuncup itu, ia mekar dengan perlahan lahan bukan seketika itu juga. www.herinterest.com/

Saat dirimu tahu, entah apa reaksi mu nanti.. | SesungguhNya Allah ta’ala Maha Lembut, layaknya bunga, Dia bukakan kuncup kuncup itu, ia mekar dengan perlahan lahan bukan seketika itu juga. www.herinterest.com/

Arthropodium cirratum - Renga renga lily. NZ native. Awesome ground cover. Best in shade or part shade to avoid getting sun scorched leaves. Delicate flowers make great picking.

Arthropodium cirratum - Renga renga lily. NZ native. Awesome ground cover. Best in shade or part shade to avoid getting sun scorched leaves. Delicate flowers make great picking.

Pachystegia insignis - Marlborough Rock Daisy. Yes it's native to Marlborough NZ. The best way to care for this plant is to plant it with rocks and scrapy dry soil sheltered from excessive rain. Go ahead and neglect it. It'll will shine with glorious bold flowers and wonderful tough grey green leaves. Let it scramble down a bank or retaining wall. This is what it is used to in the wild rocky coastal parts of Marlborough.

Pachystegia insignis - Marlborough Rock Daisy. Yes it's native to Marlborough NZ. The best way to care for this plant is to plant it with rocks and scrapy dry soil sheltered from excessive rain. Go ahead and neglect it. It'll will shine with glorious bold flowers and wonderful tough grey green leaves. Let it scramble down a bank or retaining wall. This is what it is used to in the wild rocky coastal parts of Marlborough.

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