October is a great time to plant a garden. The soil is still warm; Our long Indian Summer allow plants to acclimate without the heat or growth stress of summer or spring. Next Spring this garden will bust out. Somewhat inspired by the great container entry planting at The Great Dixter garden.
Astelia, Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Golf Balls' & Miscanthus 'Morning Light' along with Thuja occidentalis "Emerald Green', Lavander and Rosemary.
Astelia, Thuja, Choisya ternata and Achillea 'Coronation Gold'
Before shots are always intriguing.
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