Gardens Illustrated Magazine

Working with a green colour palette

Thinking of foliage plants as just ‘green’ belies the many different shades there are to play with. For example, mind-your-own-businessis a bright, almost electric green; , a favourite climber of mine, is an appley green, while muehlenbeckia has a more brownish hue.

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