Agapanthus and boxwood

Les jardins Agapanthe (Broché)

olive trees in courtyard. Evergreen, soft grey tones, hardy and easily shaped.

olive trees in courtyard. Evergreen, soft grey tones, hardy and easily shaped. My husband really wants one of these in our garden so he can have an "on-tap" supply of olives and a reminder of my Italian roots.

Structured box balls and fresh greens with wafting grasses and white Agapanthus to lift it. Clean and attractive.

Structured box balls and fresh greens with wafting grasses and white Agapanthus to lift it. Clean and attractive. Both box and agapanthus are toxic to rabbits so grow in tall pots if used out of Paddys reach

Contemporary Contemplation Garden By garden designer OneAbode Ltd. This contemporary and stylish garden features structural planting with a graphic formation of spectacular white flowering agapanthus.

I like the layering and topiary here with white and green, however its a little too contemporary for the space we want. (Hampton Court Flower Show 2012 Show Contemporary Contemplation Garden by garden designer OneAbode Ltd)

Contemporary Contemplation Garden By garden designer OneAbode Ltd. This contemporary and stylish garden features structural planting with a graphic formation of spectacular white flowering agapanthus.

clipped box/flowing grasses/Betula - Hampton Court Flower Show 2012 Show Contemporary Contemplation Garden by OneAbode Ltd

- photo by Clive Nichols

Architectural planting scheme of beautiful box topiary and giant alliums under birch trees.

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