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Heather's Helpful Hint

Colors and Textures Add Interest to your Garden
November 06, 2009

Are you looking for constant color in your landscape? Take some time and pay a visit to Waterloo Gardens to see how color and texture differences can be achieved with foliage, and not just flowers.

We often think only of blossoming plants when we look for color in our landscape, but beautiful yellows, reds, blues, and many shades of green will grace your gardens without any blooms. The textures of conifers, hollies, and Japanese maples also add amazing interest in both form and foliage.

Let us introduce you to some of our most favorite plants!

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