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Jardim Autóctone: Vinca-maior (Vinca major)
Siberians complement the yellow tones of a Taxodium distichum (Bald cypress) and in the second photo a large Black Hills spruce (Picea glauca var. Densata) and a weeping white pine (Pinus strobus Pendula)
Indian Hollyhock. gardening, flowers, purple, landscaping. (I bought same plant as "Zebra Hollyhock." It now grows wild in my yard.)
Although some bed head gardens combine flowers and grasses, don't worry too much about color, Maffei advises. He pairs narrow-leaved plants with broad-leaved ones and vase-shaped plants with those that grow in mounds. "Then toss in a few [plants] that have long, wiry stems that will spray out around them. Don't mass lots of the same plant in one place, mix them up a little."