Planting bed filled with a mix of annuals and perennials. The cobbles lining the planting bed are Valders tumbled cobblestone.
Abundant grasses and blooms surround this outdoor living room. In the foreground, a dense carpet of ajuga with their dark puckered leaves meet with tall grasses. Across the flagstone walkway is a large perennial bed bursting with color from white shasta daisies, red bee balm, purple stachys, and orange daylilies.
Boxwood shrubs enclose perennial plant beds overflowing with hydrangeas. Daylilies and astilbe add punches of color. Shade flowers and a variety of trees add color and texture to the landscape.
Green foliage and trees, punctuated by orange daylilies and purple salvia, bring interest to a shady pathway garden. Diverse hues and textures ensure that the view from the casual decomposed granite pathway changes with every step.
Lush plantings of white hydrangeas, red-orange daylilies and pink astilbe add lightness and color to the classic garden space. Foliage in a variety of shapes, heights and colors contribute texture and depth.
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