When I say weird plants, I mean plants that have some feature that is so unusual that they stand out enough to draw attention and comment when encountered in the garden, or the wild.
Mel discussed “definition” as it applies to various spaces within the garden – not only defining the garden, but its appeal in defining the home.
You might not think of putting pots in the garden, but they make great accents, adding structure and visible interest year round. And they offer a great opportunity to add some colorful annuals that will not be overrun by more ruckus-making perennials.
Every Spring there is a great anticipation to see what emerges from our gardens. Half of the time I don’t even remember what I planted the year before, and often I get some pleasant surprises………