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Planting
 
Colour
 
The considered combination of colour when putting plants together - both in flower and foliage is something which is hard to do well if you buy plants individually and on a whim.

Often the whole is greater than the sum of its parts when it comes to planting. Do ask about planting advice and planning.
 
                                          
 












 
Texture and Form
 
Contrast is of key importance.

An interesting leaf or plant shape will only have impact if it is seen clearly against its background. Even if the background is plants which share the same colouring, contrast can be made in level of detail and 'line' direction. Would any of your plants look better with new neighbours?


   
                
  

These pictures are from existing gardens created by Lucy.