The Garden in Winter

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The absolute test of any plantsman, a garden that succeeds in winter is as much about good bones as planting. Learn how to add life and interest to your garden during even our bleakest months.

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The Garden in Winter

  1. 1. Eric Stormer Virginia Cooperative Extension Norfolk, Virginia
  2. 2. Creating Space - Frameworks
  3. 3. Creating Space – Hedges &Walls
  4. 4. Creating Space – Patterns
  5. 5. Creating Space - Hardscapes
  6. 6. Creating Space – Hardscapes
  7. 7. Creating Space – Allées
  8. 8. Creating Space – Allées
  9. 9. Creating Space - Vistas
  10. 10. Creating Space - Silhouettes
  11. 11. Creating Space - Shadows
  12. 12. Design Features - Form
  13. 13. Design Features - Espalier
  14. 14. Design Features -Topiary
  15. 15. WinterViews •From the window •From the approach •From the terrace •In Containers •From “outdoor rooms”
  16. 16. Containers
  17. 17. Design Features -Water
  18. 18. Creating Space – Plant Selection •Color •Scent •Form •Texture •Growth Habit
  19. 19. Interesting Stems
  20. 20. Interesting Stems
  21. 21. Interesting Stems
  22. 22. Interesting Stems
  23. 23. Grasses
  24. 24. Bedding Plants
  25. 25. Bedding Plants
  26. 26. Bedding Plants
  27. 27. Bedding Plants
  28. 28. Evergreen Plants
  29. 29. Evergreen Plants
  30. 30. Flowers and Fruits
  31. 31. Prunus pendula
  32. 32. P. subhirtella, ‘Whitcomb’ Prunus cerasifera nigra pissardii
  33. 33. Prunus, ‘Accolade’
  34. 34. Magnolia stellata
  35. 35. Malus baccata var. mandshurica
  36. 36. Magnolia X soulangeana
  37. 37. Flowers and Fruits
  38. 38. Flowers and Fruits
  39. 39. Flowers and Fruits
  40. 40. Flowers and Fruits
  41. 41. Flowers and Fruits R. nobleanum venustum R. ‘Lee’s Scarlet’ R. ‘Christmas Cheer’
  42. 42. Fruits and Flowers Rhododendron ‘Rosamundi’ R. ‘Pink Snowflakes’ R. ‘Cornell Pink’
  43. 43. Flowers and Fruits
  44. 44. Flowers and Fruits
  45. 45. Flowers and Fruits
  46. 46. Flowers and Fruits
  47. 47. Flowers and Fruit
  48. 48. Textures, Bark
  49. 49. Textures, Bark
  50. 50. Textures, Bark
  51. 51. Textures, Bark
  52. 52. Textures, Bark
  53. 53. Textures, Bark
  54. 54. Textures,Bark
  55. 55. Textures, Bark
  56. 56. Ground Covers
  57. 57. Well… There You Have It.

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