The solution is to create a division within the beds using stone edging. The white flowering plant, Osmanthus delavayi, is planted in one section and surrounded by a black mulch. The black grasses will be planted in the smaller front section surrounded by white cobble stones. Now that a solution has been found, the planting continues, only to be halted again by the Easter break!
Thursday, 9 April 2009
Not Finished Yet!
The planting of the rejuvenated bed has begun, but halted temporarily, whilst further alterations are made. The theme of the planting is to be Black and White, creating a problem of how best to show the Black Grass, Ophiopogon planiscapus nigrescens.