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  • Linda Hannan

    Edible kale plants in container.

  • sylvie séguin

    tuscan blue kale, variegated licorice, showy oregano-and a blue juniper. designer, Deborah Silver

  • Shreela

    "Nero di Toscano, the Tuscan blue kale, is distinctively blue green. I hear people eat this-but I just want to look at it. It gives great companionship to this blue columnar juniper; the delicate blue green variegated licorice and showy oregano are like a frothy slip at the base. This design is much about proper scale for the planter, and contrasting textures, mass and shape, line and direction, rhythm-but it is so very much about the color green."

  • D VanHoesen

    Love that monogrammed planter!

  • Sue Winstanley

    Dinosaur Kale

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