“But it’s not just that, it’s the form of this plant,” Adam added. “So when I’m sort of putting these plants together, I want things popping up and I want a rhythm and a sort of movement through.
“But every now and then, I want to put in sort of just a bolder shape, and this is what it gives you.
“It gives you good ground coverage, then it throws up the flower spikes and when they start to come up through these grasses, you know, that relationship is beautiful,” Adam continued, convinced he’d found the right plant to combat the “heaviness” of his grasses.
Delving into the dirt, Adam spoke through how he planned on tackling the issue.
Published at Fri, 17 Sep 2021 20:39:59 +0000