A hedge of colorful Hydrangea are a great way to soften the straight lines of a driveway.  Just breathtaking!!!

Love this idea for our circular drive: A hedge of colorful Hydrangea are a great way to soften the straight lines of a driveway. Just breathtaking!

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The Last On The Limelight Hydrangeas: Given that close to 7000 gardeners have read my last post on hydrangeas in the past few days, I am encouraged to write again. I went back out last night to rephotograph my hydrangeas with a specif…

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Formal Boxwood shrubs mixed with assorted Hostas and ferns randomly places is…

Aangelegde tuinen door tuinonderneming Monbaliu - Landschapstuin rond Zuienkerse polder hoeve

Aangelegde tuinen door tuinonderneming Monbaliu - Landschapstuin rond Zuienkerse polder hoeve

The Chinese snowball viburnum has a lot going for it: Virtually no insect or disease pressures, 12-foot height, spectacular glistening white blossoms, and cut flowers by the buckets. This makes this heirloom that’s strutting its stuff right now in the South an absolute winner and a must-have plant in the zone 6 to 9 gardens.  http://blogs.rep-am.com/garden/2013/05/08/welcome-to-america/

The Chinese snowball viburnum has a lot going for it: virtually no insect or disease pressures, height, spectacular glistening white blossoms, and cut flowers by the buckets. This makes this heirloom that’s strutting its stuff right now in the Sou

moderne Gartenarchitektur Köln- Villengarten 1 - gartenplus - die gartenarchitekten

moderne Gartenarchitektur Köln- Villengarten 1 - gartenplus - die gartenarchitekten

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Golden winter flowering witch hazel with purple heather and red twig Dogwood in an early December garden.

This is the time when the color of redtwig dogwood, white birch trees and more are the show! John Grimshaw took this wonderful photo! he has a great garden blog: http://johngrimshawsgardendiary.blogspot.nl/search?updated-max=2013-04-

This would be beautiful in a sunny rain garden. An oustanding demonstration of the value of winter stems: a Rasta combination of dogwoods and birch at the Savill Garden.

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