Thursday, February 28, 2013


Contrast shapes.

Shrubs, trees & flowers.
Garden & Be Well,    XO Tara
Pic My French Country Home.  What is better than contrasting foxgloves with mophead hydrangeas?  Several Italian cypress are going in a garden today.  The gravel courtyard is round and the nearby crape myrtles arc in silhouette.
Hosta, fern & hellebore are my shade trinity and contrast to extreme.  Tara's Trinity of the Southern Garden: Azalea, Camellia, Hydrangea.  Contrast AND keeps something in bloom every day of the year in your garden.


David Cristiani said...

Great example to a great approach - one that always will work. Nothing like untrained people teaching people to do the opposite, then wonder why few embrace xeriscape, etc.

So many lessons here - taking notes.

Cozy Little House said...

A wonderful study in contrasts.

Maryanne White said...

Before reading I thought the post would be titled "lollipop land". Love the example of contrast you chose, and look forward to seeing your finished installation.

Kay said...

Since you have comment moderation enabled I am leaving this comment here.
This isn't a comment on this blog post, but on the comment you posted this morning on Maria's blog. I am still chuckling. Priceless compliment! Love your style. And your blog!