Plant Guilds (ways to combine plant[ings] that maximize growth and soil health) Infographic. BONUS: guilds do well under trees.

Permaculture plant guilds combine three or more plants to mirror an ecosystem — producing food, building soil health, and providing food for pollinators. To learn more permaculture principles, check out out Tierra: Online course.

I love this combination! The red Leucadendron, possibly 'Winter Red' and the Phormium  really pop among the greens and blues of the agave, aloes, and palms.

For our side garden! I love this combination! The red Leucadendron, possibly 'Winter Red' and the Phormium really pop among the greens and blues of the agave, aloes, and palms.

nigella damascena (love-in-a-mist) & alchemilla mollis (ladys mantle). bed with combination planting of blue & yellow/green flowers (4141-37367 / ZB2441_136109_0053 ©️ NHPA)

nigella damascena (love-in-a-mist) alchemilla mollis (ladys mantle). bed with combination planting of blue yellow/green flowers / NHPA) - My Cottage Garden

"Ferns have long been used next to Hostas, because their fine foliage contrast with the broad, smooth leaves of the Hostas."

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Perennial Combinations, Plant Combinations, Summer Borders, Plant combination ideas, BPerennial combinations, David austin Rose Graham Thomas, Nepeta Six Hills Giant, alchemilla mollis

Shrub Roses can be combined effectively with long-blooming perennials. This superb traditional border is a good example, where the delicate cascade of intensely fragrant, golden double rosettes of David Austin's English Rose 'Graham Thomas' have been

Spring Combination Ideas, Bulb Combinations, Plant Combinations, Flowerbeds Ideas, Spring Borders,Tulip Angelique, myosotis sylvatica, forget-me-not,Tulipa angelique, Double late tulips

Tulip Angelique, myosotis sylvatica, forget-me-not,Tulipa angelique, Double late tulips

Planting Flower Pots Thriller Spiller Filler | Container Gardening Ideas

How to Arrange Pots According to Thriller Spiller Filler Technique

Planting Flower Pots - 'Thriller, Spiller, Filler' I need to remember this when planting my pots!

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