28 New Ways to Landscape Garden
1-An allée of fast-growing Bradford pear trees leads to this
2-Rounded and sword-shaped foliage populate this Pennsylania garden, adding interest to the front-yard border even when little is blooming. "The iris leaves act like exclamation points," the owner says.
3-Overflowing with your favorite flowers, window boxes are a irresistible draw for the eye. Consider planting flowers in a shade that complements the color of your home. Or, for dramatic effect, mix in a second plant that picks up your trim color
4-An archway covered in porcelain berry vines separates beds of black-eyed Susan, bee balm, and cat mint from this New York garden estate. The white, ruin-like columns in the distance were salvaged from a local bank.
5-Portulaca, variegated sage, cherry tomatoes, Padron peppers, parsley, and more thrive in galvanized
6-'Tardiva' and 'Annabelle' hydrangeas, 'Diana' Rose of Sharon hibiscus, and Hosta plantaginea line the walkway behind
7-'Karley Rose' grass highlights a view of the pool
8-A limestone path, lined with wild daisies,
9- Oakland landscape designer Tod Rimrodt, who cleaned up the overgrown perennial beds and refreshed gravel paths that connect the landscape's many nooks and crannies.
10-'Blushing Bride' hydrangeas and 'Morning Light' ornamental grasses soften