Japanese GardenSeattle, WAColor is not a principal objective in a classical Japanese garden. These two Azaleas will shed their blooms in a few weeks and the garden will be just as imposing as it is now.
Repeat Plant Shapes - Build a theme in your landscape by repeating a particular plant shape. Here, an upright columnar white pine and blue spruce both echo the tall, narrow arborvitae in the background.To add interest, consider evergreens in various color
Tour: Ina Garten's Famous Garden In East Hampton -- In the East Hampton garden of Ina and Jeffrey Garten, which was originally designed by Edwina von Gal and later expanded by Joseph Tyree, an arch covered with clematis jackmanii is underplanted with Anna