The soft seed heads of Sedum Brilliant and Pennisetum Hameln grass, paired with the bright yellow flowers of Rudbeckia Goldstrum provide interesting color and texture contrasts in late summer. Austin Ganim Landscape Design, LLC
Front path in late October with Amsonia hubrichtii, Persicaria affinis, couve tronchuda, and Acer palmatum; Nancy J. Ondra at Hayefield
easy garden beds: DESIGNER STRATEGIES Gay Bonorden Gray suggests the following techniques to enliven garden beds: Remove harsh angles. Replace straight edges with soft curves to create a meandering effect. Layer plants by height. Place the shortest growers in front and the tallest ones in the back. Limit the color palette. For color impact without a confetti look, Gray mainly stuck to two flower colors. Vivid pink roses lead the eye through the border, while butterfly bush.....
Love the low dry stacked wall with gravel for a walkway.