Friday, February 25
So you like white flowers, but it seems silly to devote an entire garden to that? Not at all! You're following in the footsteps of renowned gardeners like Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst castle. White gardens are especially pretty at dusk. They glow almost as if moonlight is already shining down on them.
Besides just plants with white blooms, focus on those with silvery foliage. They can be grouped en masse as is done in most "color gardens" or sprinkled here and there as is more common in traditional white gardens. Check out Great White Trilliums and
Aphanostephus in our online plant nursery.