Successful Garden Design Tips – Planting with grasses

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In this week’s Successful Garden Design quick tips video we look at different ways to plant grasses effectively in the garden…

Grouping grasses coming up in drifts throughout the other plants is a great way to incorporate grasses into the garden.

Planting grasses this way helps highlight the striking colours of the autumn-flowering, purple Asters, and the burgundy coloured Sedum, providing contrast and softness with texture.

You can also plant in straight rows if your garden has lots of linear elements like hedges and paths. The grasses again act as highlighters to the elements that are already in the garden.

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If you’d like to attend the free online garden design class mentioned in the video, go to: successfulgardendesign.com/freeclasses

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Professional international garden designer for over 20 years. My mission is to de-mystify garden design and make it easy for people to successfully design their own garden – without needing to spend a fortune!

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