Photinia - Evergreen - Hardy - Fast Growing - Hedge - Bush - Very Colorful in Spring and Fall-

How to Use Photinia for a Hedge

Photinia - Evergreen - Hardy - Fast Growing - Hedge - Bush - Very Colorful in Spring and Fall- flowering colorful privacy shrub

Love these colours for the exterior. And the garden for near front entrance/garage

Chionochloa flavicans - mini toe toe and red Phormium species - flax make a great texture colour combo

Hebe red edge - had this in my last garden, what a good 'doer'.

Hebe red edge, what a good 'doer'. Potential for front garden under Pyracantha.

Lose the damn lawn mower. Replacing the front lawn with lush ornamental grasses cuts down on work and saves water. When you choose a variety of colors and heights, they can add more interest than a traditional lawn.

// Vineyard Retreat by Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture. Photography by Matthew Millman

Credit: Christa Knijff/Alamy Brown grasses can be difficult to use in the garden without seeming like they’re dead. Red tussock grass (Chionochloa rubra), however, is the right balance of coppery tones that make it shimmer rather than looking parched. The exact colour can be somewhat variable, ranging from an olive-green colour through to a reddish bronze. Chionochloa rubra (1.5m) moves with a delicate rhythm even in the slightest wind and the evergreen ...

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