Joan Neikirk
Joan Neikirk • 2 years ago

From Garden Adventures. Lovely repetition of colors and shapes. The yellow spikes of the Red Hot Poker (Kniphofia) add nice contrast. Lavender Cotton (Santolina) and Daisy Bush (Brachyglottis syn. Senecio) add silver notes. // Great Gardens & Ideas //

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