Garden for a converted school house, North BristolRustic Landscape
Kate Poore Garden design
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8. Establish a theme through repetition. Use lavender’s eye-catching flower color to your advantage by planting in clumps that draw the eye through a garden. For example, the designer of this English garden used groupings of multiple lavender plants to edge garden beds, marching them down the length of a backyard. The chunks of purple-blue help tie the different areas of the garden together through repetition, and their position down the center of the lot establishes perspective.