Boxwood and Hosta...great texture changes. below hosta, american ginger great plant semi shade or shade

Boxwood and Hosta...great texture changes. below hosta, american ginger great plant semi shade or shade

Verbena bonariensis

Verbena bonariensis

Salvia Nemerosa Caradonna

Salvia Nemerosa Caradonna

Anemone sylvestris (Snowdrop): Wonderful anemone white flowers brighten up any garden, sun or part shade. One of my absolute favorites. Spreads nicely. Moose resistant. Combine with Papaver 'Champaigne Bubbles', Allium, Primula 'Wanda' or Primula auricula. Zone: 3 http://www.alaskahardy.com/profile.php?id=441 Photo courtesy of Walter's Gardens

Anemone sylvestris (Snowdrop): Wonderful anemone white flowers brighten up any garden, sun or part shade. One of my absolute favorites. Spreads nicely. Moose resistant. Combine with Papaver 'Champaigne Bubbles', Allium, Primula 'Wanda' or Primula auricula. Zone: 3 http://www.alaskahardy.com/profile.php?id=441 Photo courtesy of Walter's Gardens

Tiarella cordifolia and carex pensylvanica

Tiarella cordifolia and carex pensylvanica

Repetition planting.

Repetition planting.

Don't let this little beauty fool you -- though it's small, lily-of-the-valley packs a big fragrance in its nodding white or pink bell-shape flowers. It's a tough, low-care groundcover you can practically plant and forget in shady spots.

Perennials Designed to Withstand the Harshest of Winters

Don't let this little beauty fool you -- though it's small, lily-of-the-valley packs a big fragrance in its nodding white or pink bell-shape flowers. It's a tough, low-care groundcover you can practically plant and forget in shady spots.

soft natural planting against contemporary hard landscaping || sarah price landscapes | QVC garden Chelsea 2008

soft natural planting against contemporary hard landscaping || sarah price landscapes | QVC garden Chelsea 2008

Textured plantings on the floor and creepers on the walls help to absorb sound. Clumps of grasses thickly cover the "floor" of the garden but the walls have been utilised by growing self-clinging creepers on them. Evergreen climbing fig, is particularly effective for sound absorption.

Fabulous Front Entrance :: how to plant a sound absorbing front garden….

Textured plantings on the floor and creepers on the walls help to absorb sound. Clumps of grasses thickly cover the "floor" of the garden but the walls have been utilised by growing self-clinging creepers on them. Evergreen climbing fig, is particularly effective for sound absorption.

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