Mother Earth Living


Big is Beautiful: Grow Big Herbs for a Beautiful Garden




The architectural spikes of yucca provide fine contrast for eucalyptus, dahlia, canna, and tall verbena. Click on the IMAGE GALLERY for more beautiful images.
Photo by Rob Proctor
Bronze fennel, opium poppy, yellow sanvitalia, yellow hawkweed, and trailing verbena are happy companions.
Photo by Rob Proctor
Colewort, sea holly, snapdragons, and rose campions thrive together in a bold garden space.
Photo by Rob Proctor
Monkshood, shown here against a black walnut tree, needs space to look its best.
Photo by Rob Proctor
Silver mullein is an excellent foil for shrub roses.
Photo by Rob Proctor
The large foliage of papyrus, canna, banana, and honey bush (Melianthus major) evokes the tropics.
Photo by Rob Proctor
The architectural spikes of yucca provide fine contrast for eucalyptus, dahlia, canna, and tall verbena. Click on the IMAGE GALLERY for more beautiful images.

















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