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Grasses, sedges and rushes are major players in gardens from coast to coast. But their textures, colors and toughness also have them headed for stardom in another role – as container plants. Here against a varied backdrop of settings at Cheekwood Botanical Garden Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee, are examples of the tall and the small, the bold and the delicate – something for everyone.

Grasses, sedges and rushes are major players in gardens from coast to coast. But their textures, colors and toughness also have them headed for stardom in another role – as container plants. Here against a varied backdrop of settings at Cheekwood Botanical Garden amp; Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee, are examples of the tall and the small, the bold and the delicate – something for everyone.

A mixed container originally published by Garden Design magazine and now featured on their website. Article by Jenny Andrews, photography by Jon Whittle and the containers planted and photo shoot styled by yours truly, Troy B. Marden.

Grasses, sedges and rushes are major players in gardens from coast to coast. But their textures, colors and toughness also have them headed for stardom in another role – as container plants. Here against a varied backdrop of settings at Cheekwood Botanical Garden Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee, are examples of the tall and the small, the bold and the delicate – something for everyone.

Cacti fence at Oaxaca Botanical Garden, Mexico

Great combo for a large container - bright orange-red Hibiscus are set off by blue petunias. Lovely!

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Laburnum Walk, Van Dusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver, B.C.