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Blog focusing on year-round garden interest with minimal care, using woody foliage plants rather than herbaceous perennials.
Plant selection, plant placement, color theory
SF Bay Area, Zone 9b
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Garden designer who knows and has worked with Form and Foliage. On-going.
Form and Foliage has extensive plant biology, ID, landscaping and design knowledge, beginning with floristry as a child, biology at university, Master Gardener program, and hands-on design. Form and Foliage travels the country to visit botanical gardens and preserves, taking extensive photos and researching projects. They have a unique perspective that foliage can provide as much color and interest in the landscape and garden as perennials. Form and Foliage is particularly knowledgable about conifers as well as other shrubs and trees. They have a unique eye and specialize in combining eye-catching and beautiful combinations of color, form, and texture.
19 April, 2013
Commented: Spirea post-pruningI did the same to some this year in late winter. They are growing back quickly. Yes, there are still the stems visible in the center but I suspect that they will be covered in a few weeks. GG i, too, ...
9 May, 2019
Commented: What’s missing?Plantkiller was making a joke, too! Ron, no one understands us...
21 August, 2018
Commented: ACS Conifer QuarterlyYou have no idea the pain that I have endured with those damn Tsugas! :-)
9 August, 2018
Commented: Will a high enough raised bed prevent wineberry from spreading?I tried growing them for a while but suffered a series of unrelated crop failures and finally realized that I am just a lousy farmer. when I go visit my brother or sister in summer they always try to ...
8 August, 2018