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    « Say No to SOPA | Main | Garden Designers Roundtable: Garden Design Reality Check »

    January 19, 2012

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    Sara Malone

    We have a Prunus serrulata 'Snow Fountain' that is freestanding but trained in serpentine form and it is stunning. We're not usually seduced by flowers but this one, with so much else going for it, easily won a spot in the garden.

    I'd love to see a picture, Sara! This really is a great multi-season tree. In my mild climate, it's only out of bloom for a few months of the year.

    Desert Dweller / David C.

    Stunning examples...I rarely like the countless, poorly-placed weeping Blue Atlas Cedar here. Those you show are much more appealing - they actually relate to their spaces!

    Thanks David! Maria has a knack for seeing traditional plants in new ways.

    Jenny

    I'm coming up with some garden design ideas and thinking of plants to grow. Any suggestions for a cold climate?

    Jenny, the weeping ornamental fruit trees mentioned in the post are hardy to USDA Zone 4.

    rebecca sweet

    These photos are stunning! I'm thinking we need to write another book all about unusual espalier? Susan? Susan? Hello?

    How about this?
    You write a book about unusual espalier and I will mention it in a blog post for sure!!

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