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Wisteria, Kitayama, Kyoto, Japan

Wisteria Bridge / Kitayama, Kyoto, Japan I LOVE Wisterias, they smell amazing. I would love to go on this bridge just to smell the flowers.

Japanese white lilac tree.

Japanese white lilac tree (Existing tree we are keeping - closest to the house on East side)

How to grow lilacs By Val Bourne

Gardening expert Val Bourne on how to grow and care for lilacs, when to prune them and which varieties are best for small gardens.

Variegated Feather Reed Grass

Serpentine Grass hedge - Line of ornamental grass Calamagrostis 'Overdam' and turf earthworks - The Wrekin Garden, Shropshire Other options: Ferns, Hosta's

Ilex crenata 'Fastigiata' Japanese holly  Unlike the popular conception of a holly, this is a slow-growing evergreen species that has tiny leaves. The leaves are dark green and bear a striking resemblance to buxus. 'Fastigiata' is an upright growing variety that forms a striking plant for the rock garden or front of the border. Its slow growth habit also makes it a good plant for winter containers. Like most hollies it will thrive in sun or shade

Sky Pencil Holly - Ilex Crenata for Sale - Brighter Blooms Nursery

Fatsia japonica  Often grown as a foliage houseplant for cool situations, this is also a very successful shade-tolerant garden plant. It is suitable for seaside gardens, or against warm walls and in sheltered corners inland - hard frost can injure the leaves, but plants will recover if the roots are protected from frost

Fatsia japonica Often grown as a foliage houseplant for cool situations, this is also a very successful shade-tolerant garden plant. It is suitable for seaside gardens, or against warm walls and in sheltered corners inland - hard frost can injure the leaves, but plants will recover if the roots are protected from frost

Low maintenance

Low maintenance