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'Toffee Twist' carex contrasts well with the 'Blue Cascade' blue atlas cedar. Photo by Jay Sifford.

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wendyperks
wendyperks added this to Conifer Garden20 August 2018

Consider texture. Texture appeals to us on a tactile level. Well-designed gardens generally have a lot of texture. Notice how the two plants shown here, a Blue Cascade atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Blue Cascade’, zones 6 to 9) and Toffee Twist hair sedge (Carex flagellifera ‘Toffee Twist’, zones 7 to 10), couldn’t be more different in size, shape and color. It is the similarity of texture that ties them together. Their texture in common begs the garden visitor to reach out and touch.

loreneadaire
loreneadaire added this to Plant Combinations4 April 2018

Blue Cascade atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Blue Cascade’, zones 6 to 9) and Toffee Twist hair sedge (Carex flagellifera ‘Toffee Twist’, zones 7 to 10),

saygabba
saygabba added this to Garden ideas31 August 2016

Blue Cascade atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Blue Cascade’, zones 6 to 9) and Toffee Twist hair sedge (Carex flagellifera ‘Toffee Twist’, zones 7 to 10)

shagert33
shagert33 added this to garden15 September 2015

colors work together, shapes combined

margon1
margon1 added this to 2015 No 42 13th Home22 July 2015

Consider texture. Texture appeals to us on a tactile level. Well-designed gardens generally have a lot of texture. Notice how the two plants shown here, a Blue Cascade atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Blue Cascade’, zones 6 to 9) and Toffee Twist hair sedge (Carex flagellifera ‘Toffee Twist’, zones 7 to 10), couldn’t be more different in size, shape and color. It is the similarity of texture that ties them together. Their texture in common begs the garden visitor to reach out and touch.

elaine_buck
Elaine Buck added this to Yard and Garden - Conifer/Zen Garden27 February 2015

Selwyn Project 'Toffee Twist' carex contrasts well with the 'Blue Cascade' blue atlas cedar.

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