Tips & Tricks: Tree Bouquets

Tips & Tricks: Tree Bouquets

While solitary trees appear strong and outstanding, most trees are like most of us: they prefer company. Try arranging trees together in picturesque groups which you might think of as bouquets. Or, you can imagine they are hugging each other!  more..

Tips & Tricks: Joining Circles

Tips & Tricks: Joining Circles

If you are impressed by the geometric patterns of formal gardens, you can experiment with joining circular flower patches into larger wholes.  You can more..

Tips & Tricks: Overhanging Branches

Tips & Tricks: Overhanging Branches

What’s more charming than resting in a Baroque gazebo called “Temple of Friendship” , amongst the softly whispering foliage of old oaks on a summer afternoon? Place the building between more..

Tips & Tricks: Circular flower patches

Tips & Tricks: Circular flower patches

Use circular patches to neatly accent a flower, a decorative shrub, or a small tree. more..

Tips & tricks: Tulips in flower patches

Tips & tricks: Tulips in flower patches

Use the rectangular (and circular) flower patches to fill them with loose flowers such as tulips.  Play with colors: both harmony and contrast are beautiful! more..

Tips & tricks: Make that statue shine!

Tips & tricks: Make that statue shine!

To really show off your statue, contrast it against dark background, such as pine tree branches. more..