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Plant Combinations: Agapanthus - African Lilies

 

A Lovely Contemporary Garden Idea

This lovely contemporary garden, rich in texture and interest, features a dining terrace with a cedar patio table cantilevered over an area richly planted with drifts of Verbena, Nepeta, Agastache and Lavandula. All of this delicately veiled by Deschampsia cespitosa.

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A Lovely Mediterranean Border with Lavender and Lilies of the Nile

Rich in texture and interest, this fragrant garden border features a fresh color palette of blues and purples with the intent of cooling and calming down an outdoor area overheated after a warm summer day.

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An Attractive Shady Garden Idea with Ferns, Hostas and Agapanthus

Designed to be contemporary and to create a calm, tranquil atmosphere, this stylish garden includes only a few plants but is a real masterpiece of simplicity.

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A Stunning Summer Border Idea with Easy-to-Grow Perennials and Grasses

Wonderfully bold, this perennial border combines flower colors and shapes to create a spectacular effect. All plants are deer resistant, salt tolerant and are top performers

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A Pretty Mediterranean Border Idea

This Mediterranean border idea includes a lovely selection of shrubs and perennial plants that like it hot and dry.

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A Brilliant Summer Border Idea with Crocosmia, Agapanthus and Grasses

Easy to re-create in your garden, this planting is care-free and uses little water.

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A Sparkling Summer Border Idea with Easy-to-Grow Perennials

How not to be magnetically attracted to this glowing perennial border of red, orange and blue. Wonderfully bold, it combines flower colors and shapes to create a spectacular effect.

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A Lovely Border Idea with Achillea, Agapanthus and Grasses

This charming summer border is a marriage of colors, shapes and textures. Fairly easy to replicate at home, it combines the blue rounded clusters of Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile) with the rich golden-yellow trumpets of Hemerocallis 'Bonanza' (Daylily) and the flat, honey-colored umbels of Achillea 'Walther Funcke' (Yarrow).

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