2021: Western Art and Architecture

In regions with short growing seasons, plants that pro-vide form and color during the winter months are a must. MacFawn looks to create lines and colors that carry amid seasonal changes by planting ornamental grasses, shrubs (such as viburnum and hydrangea), flowering plants (such as catmint), and deciduous trees (ranging from chokecherry to serviceberry).

Rules of “green” thumb for MacFawn include under-standing the goals of the garden, the degree of maintenance and whether it will be done by hand or by a caretaker, a sense of the size of plants once they have matured, and shy-ing away from over-planting and over-building.

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