I love a simple, repetitive, plant palette - especially in a municipal planting (which I believe this is - in Albany, California). This particular combination, with dark aeoniums peeking out of orange libertia, is all kinds of fabulous in my book.
Repeat it a few times in a row and you’ve really got something going on.
Well, unless you back it with phormiums that look like they’ve been whacked by a 3 year old who just discovered scissors.
For crying out loud people what were you thinking?
I want to appreciate those curvy aeoniums but instead my eye is pulled back to the horror of the flax.
What were they thinking?
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