Pick three plants. Repeat. You cant go wrong.

A beautiful border garden - The yellow spikes of the red hot poker (Kniphofia) add nice contrast. Lavender cotton (Santolina) and daisy bush (Brachyglottis syn.

gcolo.002 herb garden

Pretty herb garden with Lavandula stoechas 'Pedunculata' Allium giganteum. purple fennel angelica and many more plants.flowers at the back of the herb garden don't need to be touched but look pretty and tall.

GREY AND PURPLE; Lambs ear and salvia.great combination....it creates a "watercolor" look to the garden.

A soft, rolling grassland garden created by sweeping bands of mixed grasses, perennial plantings and wildflower meadow grass leading down to pastures beyond

A birdbath invites friends to this lovely garden - Traditional Home® / Photo: Peter Krumhardt / Garden design: Liz & Peggy Olsen

Good example of planting around a feature. A birdbath invites friends to this lovely garden - Traditional Home® / Photo: Peter Krumhardt / Garden design: Liz & Peggy Olsen

colours and textures up hill with small plants to create layered effect

Lavender cotton is a landscape workhorse, bringing color, texture and an easy space filler to the garden. Notice how it fills out the bank alongside orange snake flower shrubs (Bulbine frutescens Hallmark) in this design by Eileen Kelly.

A taste of the exotic This years winning show garden, the Trailfinders Australian garden, was dominated by native Australian blooms. We particularly liked the bright and cheerful kangaroo paws.

Chelsea 2013: stand-out plants

A taste of the exotic. This years winning show garden, the Trailfinders Australian garden, was dominated by native Australian blooms. We particularly liked the bright and cheerful kangaroo paws.


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