Snow scenes in the garden

Fri, Dec 18, 2009

Climate Change, Architectural, Plants

London and the South/East of England have woken to a Xmas postcard scene with a sprinkling of that magical white stuff. The leaves of cordyline and cycad create a wonderful tapestry for the snow.Their architectural leaves provide beautiful bold shapes in a traditional English winter garden.


Look forward to sharing pictures and information about excellent Architectural plants chosen by Angus White to brighten the dullest of winter gardens .


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