More ideas from Magdalena
Ideas for planting combinations, colors, textures, from people who have been gardening longer than I have.:

Ideas for planting combinations, colors, textures, from people who have been gardening longer than I have.

Tuin & Landschap | Wine and pink flowers: Miscanthus sinesis, Selinum wallichianum, Echinacea purpurea 'Rubinglow', Sedum ‘Red Cauli’, Eupatorium maculatum ‘Atropurpureum’ and Molinia arundinacea 'Transparent'

Another good choice for a dryish garden. Not as dry as a California summer but everything here prefers to dry out between water. Nice color echos of burgundy red.

British garden designer Sarah Price added low-maintenance grasses to ornamental borders to create drama and height in a historic cottage garden in Oxfordshire. She used a simple, pared-down palette of sedum, salvias, origanum, erigeron, and Stipa gigantea to create structure, texture, and color all year. Piet Oudolf reflective.

British garden designer Sarah Price added low-maintenance grasses to ornamental borders to create drama sedum, salvias, origanum, erigeron, and Stipa gigantea

Pea gravel garden path

the path gravel and the edging with plants bursting over, repeat of textures, whites dotted to help your eye travel through the garden

Spring is fast approaching, so are you planning to grow a healthy and beautiful vegetable garden that will help beautify your home’s outdoor and be a place of relaxation? Growing your own fruits and vegetables in the yard lets you spend more time outside, at the same time saves your money for buying organic food. […]

Spring is fast approaching, so are you planning to grow a healthy and beautiful vegetable garden that will help beautify your home’s outdoor and be a place of relaxation? Growing your own fruits and vegetables in the yard lets you spend more time outsid

Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants

Cool colours and beautiful textures with small leafed Westringia and Santolina(?) by Secret Gardens of Sydney. Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.