See how to use foliage and flowers to soften a wall, accent a lawn, or fringe a path.
Combine thyme, oregano, English lavender, and sage for a gorgeous herb border. Once established, these herbs need only little to moderate watering and occasional fertil- izing to look good for most of the year in mild climates.
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Colorful border for three seasons
Flowers that bloom over a long season and require only modest amounts of water or time ― isn't that what we all want? Choose the right plants and you can have vibrant borders from spring through fall.
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Pool garden border
Borders don't have to be large or complex to have visual impact; just four or five well-chosen plants can work wonders. Here, a border of purple African daisies, lobelia, sea lavender, and silvery dusty Miller hugs a pool in Scottsdale, AZ.
Red kangaroo paws and yellowish orange