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Discovered as a seedling of Euphorbia characias in a garden in Tasmania, this phenomenal spurge has both variegated leaves and flowers, combining blue-green with creamy white. Upright stems are a forest of linear leaves, forming a dense shrubby mound. In spring through early summer, large heads of flowers hover on 2- to 3-foot stems, pale yellow and cream, with small green bow-tie centers. Evergreen where winters are mild. Zones 6-9.
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In her New Orleans garden, Mary Cooper has achieved lushness with very little and abundance on an extremely small scale
Located in Bangkok, Thailand
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True black plants are nonexistent in nature, but some of these sumptuous gems exhibit shades of the deepest purple. For contrast and sheer beauty, they’re intriguing additions to your garden or home.
How to grow rhododendrons in your garden. And remember, a rhododendron needs three things above all else: drainage, drainage, and drainage.
While botanic fashion has yet to see urban streets and Bill Cunningham's lens, the concept has been flourishing on the runway and the artist's studio. Here are three designers who have culled their materials from the plants that inspire them.
A house and garden grow together, with some strategic planning by their owner, Page Dickey, in upstate New York.
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The plants of tragedy, comedy, and history: a gallery of botanic references from the plays of William Shakespeare.
Heath Ceramics, the Californian pottery company, teamed up with type foundry House Industries to create two lines of ceramic house numbers, based on the 'Neura' and 'Eames' typefaces. Chic and functional, they can withstand all climates.
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