It’s nice to see a plan start to come together. Trees and shrubs can take years to mature and fulfill the vision of the original design, but small perennials call mature more quickly like the yellow Prairie Zinnia on the foreground of this shot and the blue Dwarf Plumbago in the back. At this site, the architecture of the client’s house lent itself to a couple areas of mass plantings as opposed to our typical natural style, but the result was beautiful nonetheless. Often times perennials can have much shorter lives than shrubs and trees as well, but these two spreading ground covers will continue to propogate and survive for many years to come. It’s all about choosing the correct plants.
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