Trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, and container designs with foliage as the focus is a design paradigm that is finally gaining the attention it deserves. This lovely Weeping Willow planted at the Bloedel Reserve outside of Seattle is a great example of how much forethought went into this view many years ago.
However, a focal point created with foliage doesn’t have to be something planned out 50 years ago. You can have a sophisticated foliage combination by your front door that adds drama to a shady entryway and provides a transitional and versatile, season to season container.
A showy fall container on your back deck or patio to brighten up a gray autumn or winter day is an appreciated focal point element in many climates.
A path designed with lush foliage and texture as the focus might just be leading you to a WOW factor, view or vignette at the end of the path.
Or maybe that foliage focal point IS your entire design. 🙂 So, how do you use foliage in YOUR focal point designs?
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