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The Four Seasons Garden , which is located in a suburb of Walsall West of England, owned by self-taught gardeners Tony and Marie Newton, and over 20 years were able to cultivate a garden of the most beautiful home gardens in the world. Since they started their labor of love, the Newtons managed to squeeze over 3,000 plants into a small 180 x 55ft space, creating a mind-blowing array of colors throughout the four yearly seasons.

The Four Seasons Garden , which is located in a suburb of Walsall West of England, owned by self-taught gardeners Tony and Marie Newton, and over 20 years were able to cultivate a garden of the most beautiful home gardens in the world. Since they started their labor of love, the Newtons managed to squeeze over 3,000 plants into a small 180 x 55ft space, creating a mind-blowing array of colors throughout the four yearly seasons.

Combine color and texture: Delicate grasses, like 'Morning Light' miscanthus and 'Cassian' dwarf fountain grass, highlight the bold 'Little Joe' Joe Pye weed.

Combine color and texture: Delicate grasses, like 'Morning Light' miscanthus and 'Cassian' dwarf fountain grass, highlight the bold 'Little Joe' Joe Pye weed.

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Nepeta 'Grandview' is a plant for those who want cutting flowers and pollinators. This Nepeta grows to 3 feet tall and wide and the bees and...

Nepeta 'Grandview' is a plant for those who want cutting flowers and pollinators. This Nepeta grows to 3 feet tall and wide and the bees and...

I would follow this path anywhere...  Spanish Lavender, Russian Sage, Switch Grass and Hakone Grass.

I would follow this path anywhere... Spanish Lavender, Russian Sage, Switch Grass and Hakone Grass.

Hostas in bloom with astilbe, via Lowe's Creative Ideas.  Now, I've had hostas before, and believe me, you CANNOT kill those things. I used to chop them in half every year to cull the growth. I'd take a big old shovel and just give a might "whack" down the center of the plant with the edge of the shovel, pull out the "extra," and the original thrived as if I'd never touched it.

Hostas in bloom with astilbe, via Lowe's Creative Ideas. Now, I've had hostas before, and believe me, you CANNOT kill those things. I used to chop them in half every year to cull the growth. I'd take a big old shovel and just give a might "whack" down the center of the plant with the edge of the shovel, pull out the "extra," and the original thrived as if I'd never touched it.

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