plantenarchitectuur - Chris Ghyselen - tuinarchitect hakonechloa macra and Gunnera manicata

plantenarchitectuur - Chris Ghyselen - tuinarchitect hakonechloa macra and Gunnera manicata

rodgersia pinnata 'superba.'  If you want a bold perennial to make an impact in your garden, then look no further than Rodgersia. These east Asian plants have lovely, large foliage and attractive plumes of white to red flowers. For the back of a moist border, a semi-shaded woodland or as a backdrop for a water feature, Rodgersia are second to none.

rodgersia pinnata 'superba.' If you want a bold perennial to make an impact in your garden, then look no further than Rodgersia. These east Asian plants have lovely, large foliage and attractive plumes of white to red flowers. For the back of a moist border, a semi-shaded woodland or as a backdrop for a water feature, Rodgersia are second to none.

Knautia macedonica purpurwitwenkraut

Knautia macedonica purpurwitwenkraut

Eryngium maritimum 'Big Blue', commonly known as sea holly. Dries great. drought tolerant. zones 4-11

Eryngium maritimum 'Big Blue', commonly known as sea holly. Dries great. drought tolerant. zones 4-11

Combo

Combo

Gunnera, marsh marigold and ostrich ferns, The American Garden,  May 2015

Gunnera, marsh marigold and ostrich ferns, The American Garden, May 2015

ladies mantle and allium #heavenisagarden

ladies mantle and allium #heavenisagarden

Fabulous Shade garden

Fabulous Shade garden

Foliage for shade: acers, hakonechloa macra and Gunnera manicata

Foliage for shade: acers, hakonechloa macra and Gunnera manicata

The perennial border has been enlivened with the gold-and-green striped foliage of Japanese forest grass (Hakenochloa macra ‘Aureola’) contrasting with the nearly black foliage of Actaea simplex ‘Hillside Black Beauty’; pale blue annual love-in-a-mist (Nigella damascena) adds summer sparkle - See more at: http://www.pacifichorticulture.org/articles/updating-an-historic-garden/#sthash.k2NmrGMu.dpuf

Updating an Historic Garden

The perennial border has been enlivened with the gold-and-green striped foliage of Japanese forest grass (Hakenochloa macra ‘Aureola’) contrasting with the nearly black foliage of Actaea simplex ‘Hillside Black Beauty’; pale blue annual love-in-a-mist (Nigella damascena) adds summer sparkle - See more at: http://www.pacifichorticulture.org/articles/updating-an-historic-garden/#sthash.k2NmrGMu.dpuf

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