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November 2010

Focus on design

Gardens don’t have to be built on a grand scale to be beautiful. In this small well-designed garden you see three design techniques to help the area look bigger than it really is.

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Eastern red cedar

Prickly foliage is the quickest way to identify this weedy evergreen; crush a stem or some needles and they smell like a cedar closet.

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American smoketree

You may be more familiar with this small tree’s better-known relative, the common smokebush. But this North American native is raking in rave reviews because of its incandescent fall color.

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Fasciation

Have you ever seen a lily with a huge flower head and a stem that’s flattened and crowded with leaves?

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Spotted knapweed

This weed gets its name from the black spots on the small leaves, or bracts, at the base of each flower. Spotted knapweed is an aggressive perennial that only lives about three to seven years.

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