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Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’, Stipa calamagrostis en Eupatorium maculatum ‘Atropupureum’

Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’, Stipa calamagrostis en Eupatorium maculatum ‘Atropupureum’

eupatorium, echinacea, sedum, calamagrostis, perovskia,

eupatorium, echinacea, sedum, calamagrostis, perovskia,

Över 1 000 bilder om Stjärnflocka på PinterestRanunkler, Sängar och Google

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silver and purple garden

silver and purple garden

Pansy ~ Sorbet series 'Delft Blue'

Pansy ~ Sorbet series 'Delft Blue'

from High Meadow farms-- use some of theirs: mixed fountain grasses plus pee gee hydrangea, white echinacea ("White Swan"), plus possibly some oak leaf or Annabelle, plus possibly low white carpet rose. Maybe add Icicle White Veronica or similar. Do Russian sage and grasses near steps.

from High Meadow farms-- use some of theirs: mixed fountain grasses plus pee gee hydrangea, white echinacea ("White Swan"), plus possibly some oak leaf or Annabelle, plus possibly low white carpet rose. Maybe add Icicle White Veronica or similar. Do Russian sage and grasses near steps.

Den röda solhatten Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' och de mognande, sirliga vipporna av Molinia arundinacea 'Windspiel'.

Den röda solhatten Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' och de mognande, sirliga vipporna av Molinia arundinacea 'Windspiel'.

Combine color and texture: Delicate grasses, like 'Morning Light' miscanthus and 'Cassian' dwarf fountain grass, highlight the bold 'Little Joe' Joe Pye weed.

Combine color and texture: Delicate grasses, like 'Morning Light' miscanthus and 'Cassian' dwarf fountain grass, highlight the bold 'Little Joe' Joe Pye weed.

Hylotelephium 'Matrona' Kärleksört

Hylotelephium 'Matrona' Kärleksört

Although some bed head gardens combine flowers and grasses, don't worry too much about color, Maffei advises. He pairs narrow-leaved plants with broad-leaved ones and vase-shaped plants with those that grow in mounds. "Then toss in a few [plants] that have long, wiry stems that will spray out around them. Don't mass lots of the same plant in one place, mix them up a little."

Although some bed head gardens combine flowers and grasses, don't worry too much about color, Maffei advises. He pairs narrow-leaved plants with broad-leaved ones and vase-shaped plants with those that grow in mounds. "Then toss in a few [plants] that have long, wiry stems that will spray out around them. Don't mass lots of the same plant in one place, mix them up a little."

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