Simple

Brachychiton discolor, fallen flowers
 A mass of Cosmos
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Achillea millefolium 'Paprika' and rusty red bricks
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Podocarpus and Agapanthus
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Ferns and Farfugium
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Simple is good. 

Comments

  1. Wonderful! Nice job on the first photo -- love it!

    This makes me miss my 'Paprika' Yarrow. I'll have to find that one again, as it looks fantastic in a mass like this!

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    1. Thanks! I am tempted as well by the 'Paprika', it looked great.

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  2. Lovely photos as always, particularly like the first one.

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  3. It's all lovely, that farfugium is a winner. love that beautiful variegation

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    1. Yes that's a beautiful plant, isn't it?

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  4. Wonderfull plants, greeting from Belgium!

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    1. My grandmother was from Marke; grandfather was from Assenede. Glad you liked the plants!

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  5. So difficult to keep it simple but, as you demonstrate, well worth the effort.

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    1. Something I have yet to master, only to attempt.

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