Principles and Plants for the New Mixed Border




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SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION – February 13, 2008

“Principles and Plants for the New Mixed Border”

By Dan Hinkley

www.danieljhinkley.com
(The numbers represent the number of the slide being presented)

1-5. Introduction. The traditional mixed border, or my attempts at the traditional mixed border, Heronswood 1988-2006.

6-7. Border Equals Flower; Not. Lilium nepaulense

8-10. Border Equals Color; Not

11-12. Foliage, Texture, Black and White

13-14. Lasting impact of compositions of foliage


I. Use Plants with Bold Texture, Big Foliage
15. Gunnera telamancana, Costa Rica

16-18. Hostas and their lasting impact.

19-20. To Rheum or Not to Rheum

21. Astilboides tabuluaris

22. Petasites japonica

23-24. Rodgersia pinnata and R. podophylla

25-26. Darmera peltata

27-28. Nicotiana sylvestris


II. Use Plants with colorful leaves and/or fine texture
29-30. Podophyllum pleianthum

31. Podophyllum delavayi

32. Mukdenia rossii Red Leaf

33-34. Synlesisis aconitifolia

35. Impatiens omeiana

36. Blechnum chilense


III. Trees for Color and Texture, Framing and Aceentuation
37. Populus tremulloides

38. Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’

39. Trachycarpus fortunei

40-41. Cornus controversa ‘Variegata’

42-43. Trees as Vehicles

44-46. Chamaecyparis lawsonsiana ‘Imbricata Pendula’

47-50. Carpinus betulus ‘Fastigiata’

51-54 Framing and Accentuation without trees



IV. Vines for play and a sense of maturity
55-56. Humulus lupulus Aureus

57-59. Actinidia pilosulua

60-63. Actinidia polygama
V. Good Value Shrubs
64. Ilex crenata, narrow form

65. Metapanax delavayi

66. Mahonia confusa

67. Pseudopanax crassfolius

68-69. Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘County Park Dwarf’

70-72. Helwingia chinensis

73. Taxus baccata ‘Repandens Aureomarginata’

74-76. Viburnum furcatum

77-79. Hydrangea aspera ‘Sargentiana’

80. Berberis thunbergii ‘Gold Ring’

81. Berberis thunbergii ‘Aurea’

82. Berberis temolaica

83-85. Cornus stolonifera ‘Elegantissima’
VI. Good Value Perennials
86. Agapanthus ‘Storm Cloud’

87-88. Agapanthus ‘Blue Leap’

89. Agapanthus inapterus ‘Graskop’

90. Agapanthus in autumn.

91. Lobelia tupa
VII. Succulents for Texture and Drought Tolerance
92. Yucca aloifolia ‘Variegata

93. Yucca filamentosa ‘Color Guard’

94. Fasicularia pitcairinifolia

95. Agava americana var. protoamericana


VIII. Investment in Hardscape
96. Pavers at Heronswood; Carex morrowii ‘Variegata’

97-100. . Council Ring at Windcliff, by Jeff Bayle

101-102. Compositions with pots

IX. Water in the landscape, inviting wildlife
103-108. Heronswood and Windcliff
X. Approach at Windcliff.
109-112. Getting Started

113-114. Repeating old mistakes. Geranium robustum


(X – continued)

115-116. Inspiration from the wild

117. View from the Deck, 2006.

118. Restio tetraphyllus

119. Rhodocoma capensis

120. Stipa tenuissima

121-123. Typha minima

124. Cortaderia fulvida.

125. Molinia caerulea ‘Skyracer’

126-129. Donahue Courtyard; Beesia deltophylla, Acorus gramineus Ogon, Disporum bodineri, Schefflera taiwaniana



130-131. Dining Room Courtyard; Fatsia polycarpa, Stachyurus salicifolia, Helwingia chinensis,
132. Conclusion.



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