Thursday, May 26, 2016

A Touch of Black

Every garden needs an exterior color trinity.  Subsidiary colors allowed.  Green-brown-white the classic for centuries.  Black, below, boldly, tossed in instead of green.  Yet the green is there, in plantings hung on the black, and in the garden.  Blue/white, below, subsidiary to the main color trinity.
Tell me you noticed, below, the enfilade !

outdoor dining at its best:

Pic, above, here.
Quick glance, appreciate the porch enfilade, with closer attention, garden enfilade travels much deeper.  Well done.
Garden & Be Well,   XO Tara

1 comment:

Heather Robinson said...

Tara, I just wanted to thank you - so much - for your honest and supportive comment to me on my blog. Being the child of an alcoholic, I am only just realizing now how much I was influenced in all of my relationships by my Dad's behavior. While it is too late for me to save my couple, I know that what I am finally learning will help me in going forward.
With my Best to you,