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A dramatic vignette in Linda Cochran’s garden: from the front, pale pink Phlomis purpurea, globular flowers of Allium ‘Globemaster’, russet tones of a fading Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii ‘Lambrook Gold’, and tall spikes of foxtail lily (Eremurus). Photographs by Terry Moyemont

A dramatic vignette in Linda Cochran’s garden: from the front, pale pink Phlomis purpurea, globular flowers of Allium ‘Globemaster’, russet tones of a fading Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii ‘Lambrook Gold’, and tall spikes of foxtail lily (Eremurus). Photographs by Terry Moyemont

Mixing together different types of ornamental grasses always creates a visually terrific contrast in the landscape. This lovely border is a perfect example of that where decorative grasses of different colors, textures and shapes have been pleasantly combined for a long season of interest, extending to winter!RePinned By: *Doniele Disney* www.poppiespaintpowder.com

ornamental grasses mugwort (Artemisia ludoviciana) 'Silver Queen' Morning Star Sedge (Carex grayi) Curry Plant(Helichrysum italicum Lamp Polishers Grass (Pennisetum viridescens) x vervain(Verbena Bonariensis)

Bordalo II, "Half Rabbit" in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal, 2017

Porto, Portugal / / A new mural by 'Half Rabbit' Piece curated by Miguel Januario and Lara Seixo Rodrigues for Gaia Todo Um Mundo Festival.