Mar 6, 2020
It may seem weird to talk about a garden having “architecture”, but it’s an essential component of a good design. Plants with stunning form—be it shockingly upright, or maybe acutely weeping—are what tends to draw the eye in a landscape. These plants are often focal points, and we like to think our gardens can never have enough of them. In today’s episode Steve and Danielle talk about their favorite architectural plants, and surprisingly, they’re not all trees and shrubs.
Expert testimony: Susan Morrison, owner and principle designer for Creative Exteriors Landscape Design in Concord, California.